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Lan P. Vu, James T. Ryan, Nausheen Kazalbasch, Neville L. Johnson, Noelle C. Brown, Douglas L. Johnson, John D. Fowler
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- Decision Awaited in Trial Challenge to 'No-Fly' Terrorist Watch List December 7, 2013SAN FRANCISCO (CN) - The fate of a Malaysian professor's eight-year battle with the U.S. government over the no-fly terrorist watch list rests with the federal judge who heard closing arguments Friday. Rahinah Ibrahim was arrested at San Francisco International Airport in January 2005 after Transportation Security Administration agents refused […]
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