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PRESSURE is building on the Federal Government to take action to end the US detention without charge of the Australian David Hicks at Guantanamo Bay. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 January, 2007)
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: Hicks case needs to be resolved: Ruddock
: Hicks case needs to be resolved: Ruddock

Attorney-General Philip Ruddock says his US counterpart has toldhim there was enough evidence to finally charge Hicks. – (The Age — 2 January, 2007)
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Federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock says he is frustrated by the length of time accused terrorist David Hicks has been held without trial at Guantanamo Bay Hicks has been held in the prison ca (ABC News — 2 January, 2007)
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The Government believes it is unreasonable and inappropriate thatDavid Hicks has been held by the US for five years without trial. – (The Age — 3 January, 2007)
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The treatment of terror suspect David Hicks has been abominable,according to the nation’s first director of military prosecutionsfor the new Australian Military Court. – (The Age — 2 January, 2007)
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Australian Federal Police Commissioner Mick Keelty has backed thefederal government’s calls for Guantanamo Bay inmate David Hicks tobe tried without delay. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 30 minutes ago)
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THE woman appointed the nation’s first director of militaryprosecutions to the new Australian Military Court has described thetreatment of David Hicks as abominable. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 2 January, 2007)
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A cross-party group of federal politicians will ask the US to letthem visit Guantanamo Bay. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 20 hours ago)
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