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October 3, 2011 6:28 PM

No 9/11 trial this year at Guantánamo

The trial of five Guantánamo captives accused of the Sept. 11 mass murder cannot begin until next year at the earliest under a timetable set out Monday by the legal authority in charge of the war court.

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