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23.03.2012

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Access denied: Habib still to read report MP3

The former terror suspect Mamdouh Habib says his mistreatment continues because Australian authorities have not given him an official report about his arrest and detention overseas. Australia's Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security Vivienne Thom found that the Australian Government should apologise to Mrs Habib for failing to keep her properly informed about her husband's situation. But the Prime Minister, J... Source: abc.net.au

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