USA: US administration wavers on civilian 9/11 trial
Four months after the US Attorney General announced that five Guantánamo detainees would be prosecuted in civilian court in the USA, the five men remain in military custody in Guantánamo, amid signs that the administration may do a U-turn and instead use military commissions.
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