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SPC announces opening of 50-60 road in Taiz unilaterally
[06 July 2022]
275 passengers depart Sana'a Airport on Yemeni Airlines flight for Jordan
[06 July 2022]
In new armistice violation, aggression coalition seizes new gasoline ship
[06 July 2022]
SPC: Aggression coalition's failure to abide by truce does not encourage its renewal
[06 July 2022]
Revolution Leader Speech during his meeting with Al-Jawf dignitaries &sons
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  International
SPC announces opening of 50-60 road in Taiz unilaterally
[06 July 2022]
In new armistice violation, aggression coalition seizes new gasoline ship
[06 July 2022]
285 passengers arrive at Sana'a International Airport from Jordan
[06 July 2022]
FM congratulates Solomon Islander counterpart
[06 July 2022]
It was agreed to provide alternative permanent vessel for Safer floating reservoir: SRMAC
[05 July 2022]
 
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Gulf states , humiliating normalization with Zionist entity
[02 July 2022]
Investment Authority Council, chaired by PM, discusses a number of investment topics
[21 June 2022]
99th Anniversary of Tanomah Massacre
[19 June 2022]
167 million riyals to implement community initiative in Sho'ub district
[18 June 2022]
3 Months' salaries equivalent.. 180 billion riyals, total oil, and gas revenues looted by mercenaries last May
[13 June 2022]
 
  US-Saudi Aggression
violations of Hodeida's aggression forces recorded within 24 hours 32
[06 July 2022]
Aggression forces commit 155 violations of armistice within 24 hours
[05 July 2022]
Aggression forces commit 169 violations of armistice within 24 hours
[05 July 2022]
Interior Minister meets number of Jawf sheikhs
[04 July 2022]
Aggression forces commit 171 violations of armistice within 24 hours
[03 July 2022]
  International
Terror suspect''s extradition to US
Terror suspect''s extradition to US "would breach human rights" - lawyer
Terror suspect''s extradition to US "would breach human rights" - lawyer
[06/October/2010]



LONDON, Oct 5 (Saba) -- Extradition to the US for a suspected Al Qaida terrorist would breach his human rights and amount to an "abuse of process", his lawyer told a court Tuesday, according to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA).

Abid Naseer, 24, is wanted for trial in America after being accused of being "deeply involved" in a plot to bomb the New York underground system and targets in Britain.
Ben Cooper, lawyer for Naseer, cited conditions in US "super max" prisons as one of the reasons for blocking the extradition.

"In due course, it will be submitted before this court that to permit Naseer to be tried in the US amounts to an abuse of process," he said.

Naseer, who appeared via video link from Belmarsh prison, London, was remanded in custody until November 2.

City of Westminster Magistrates' Court in central London has set aside December 15, 16 and 17 as provisional dates for a full extradition hearing.

Naseer was arrested in July in the north east of England by Metropolitan Police counter-terrorism officers after US authorities issued a warrant.

The US revealed it was bringing charges against Naseer and four other suspects over an alleged terrorist conspiracy. Naseer, a Pakistani national formerly of Manchester, northern England, is alleged to have planned attacks on Manchester city centre and communicated with Al Qaida leaders behind the plot.

The UK Government attempted to deport Naseer and a second man, Ahmed Faraz Khan, 26, to Pakistan, but a judge blocked the move on the grounds they could be tortured.

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