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Malaysia seeking return of 2 Guantanamo detainees

[JURIST] The government of Malaysia has asked [Bernama report] the United States to permit its security officials to meet with two Malaysian citizens being held in Guantanamo Bay [JURIST news archive], according to state media Saturday. Prime Minister Datuk Seri... [full story]

Federal appeals court rejects Whole Foods bid to block FTC merger review

[JURIST] The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Friday rejected a complaint filed by high-end grocer Whole Foods Market against the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) last month seeking an injunction barring the agency from.... [more]
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