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Co-star Peyman Moaadi’s excellence in these exchanges elevates Stewart: this is the best we’ve ever seen her

Stephen Dorff: A party animal grows up

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Abu Qatada is expected to be freed from Long Lartin prison today

Abu Qatada 'moves to new home' as David Cameron prepares to raise extradition battle issue with Jordan

David Cameron will discuss the Government's long-running battle to have terror suspect Abu Qatada deported from Britain today when he meets the King of Jordan in Downing Street.

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Theresa May wins Abu Qatada court appeal bid

Home Secretary Theresa May has been granted permission to appeal against the decision to allow radical preacher Abu Qatada to stay in the UK, court officials said today.

SIAC ruled that Qatada should not be deported to Jordan last month

Home Secretary Theresa May launches legal challenge to Abu Qatada ruling

SIAC ruled that Qatada should not be deported to Jordan last month

Julian Assange: The Ecuadorian Embassy imprisonment is like 'living on a space station'

Julian Assange has compared his self-imposed imprisonment inside the Ecuadorean Embassy to being an astronaut orbiting the Earth due to the limits placed on his everyday life.

Clinton takes responsibility for US consulate deaths

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is taking responsibility for security at the US consulate in Libya where an attack by extremists last month killed the US ambassador and three other Americans.

Evidence against Abu Qatada 'extremely thin' says immigration judge as he decides whether terror suspect can be deported to Jordan

Some of the evidence against terror suspect Abu Qatada, who is fighting deportation to Jordan to face a retrial, is “extremely thin” the immigration judge hearing his case said today.

Alfie Brown: Soul for Sale, Underbelly, Edinburgh

Alfie Brown isn’t the only comedian at the Fringe berating his industry for catering to the lowest common denominator, but he may well be the one doing it with the least amount of grace.

Despite promises to close the Guantanamo detention facility, 167 inmates remain

Lawyer for 9/11 supremo: this is not a fair trial

A US Army officer representing one of Guantanamo Bay's most notorious prisoners has spoken out against the secretive nature of the Military Commissions system, insisting it risks becoming little more than a "show game" to execute suspects, denying them and the American people the right to a fair trial.

DVD & Blu-ray: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (12)

Tom Hanks plays Thomas, the sort of perfect father who puts your teeth on edge.

9/11 'mastermind' Khalid Sheikh Mohammed faces tribunal at Guantanamo Bay

The man who called himself the "mastermind" of the September 11 attacks, and four comrades, are back before a military judge in Guantanamo Bay to face charges that could lead to their execution.

Osama bin Laden 'wanted 9/11 follow-up'

A Briton who trained to be a shoe bomber said Osama bin Laden told him shortly after the September 11 2001 attacks that he believed a follow-up terrorist attack could doom the American economy.

Osama bin Laden's widows to be deported

Osama bin Laden's three widows and two of his daughters have been convicted of illegally living in Pakistan by one of the country's courts and jailed for 45 days.

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