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12.06.2013

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AFP questions Cairo over \'terrorist\' asylum seeker MP3

The Australian Federal Police says it is double checking what an Egyptian asylum seeker was convicted of, after his lawyer said an Interpol red notice was incorrect. Sayed Ahmed Abdullatif is being detained while the AFP checks with the Egyptian courts whether he was convicted of murder and weapons charges as well as being a member of an illegal extremist group. Source: abc.net.au

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