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Bin Laden's Ex-Driver To Return To Yemen

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Bin Laden's Ex-Driver To Return To Yemen

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Bin Laden's Ex-Driver To Return To Yemen

Bin Laden's Ex-Driver To Return To Yemen

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The Bush administration has decided to allow Salim Ahmed Hamdan, convicted of aiding al-Qaida, to serve out the remainder of his sentence in his native Yemen.

Tried before a military commission at Guantanamo Bay in August, Hamdan was sentenced to 51/2 years, but with time served, had only four months to go.

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