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UPDATED: 09:21, November 18, 2005
Britain to extradite Madrid bombing suspect to Spain
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A man suspected of involving in the Madrid bombings is to be extradited to Spain from Britain, a judge said Thursday.

Moutaz Almallah Dabas, 39, will be extradited in the next ten days, said a judge at Bow Street magistrates court in London.

Sky news reported that the 2004 attacks on rush hour trains in Madrid left 191 dead, and dozens of suspected Islamist extremists have been detained in Spain since.

A Moroccan cell with al-Qaida links claimed responsibility, and most arrests have been made of Moroccans.

Source: Xinhua

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