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Important differences exist between law used to charge David Hicksand laws that US prosecutors and Howard Government say existedbefore Hicks travelled to Afghanistan, his military lawyer says. – (The Age — 7 February, 2007)
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US military lawyer for David Hicks says the Australian governmentis changing its position on retrospective charges. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 5 February, 2007)
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David Hicks’ lawyer says government is changing its position onretrospective charges. – (The Age — 5 February, 2007)
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Prime Minister John Howard says he does not believe the passage of retrospective laws in Australia is appropriate despite Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks being charged under a retrospective law (ABC News — 4 February, 2007)
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THE US military has charged Australian detainee David Hicks withattempted murder and providing material support for terrorism. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 4 February, 2007)
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PM John Howard satisfied with the US government implementing aretrospective law to charge David Hicks. – (The Age — 4 February, 2007)
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David Hicks’ five years of detention without trial will continueindefinitely, despite military prosecutors announcing chargesagainst him. – (The Age — 5 February, 2007)
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Guantanamo Bay inmate David Hicks could face life in prison if he’sfound guilty of new charges laid by the US military, his lawyerwarns. – (The Age — 3 February, 2007)
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The announcement of proposed charges against Guantanamo Baydetainee David Hicks brings little relief, says his father Terry. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 February, 2007)
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The father of Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks sayshe feels little relief after the US military announced proposedfresh charges to be laid against his son. – (The Age — 3 February, 2007)
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The US State Department has detailed the time frame for the military commission trial for Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks Department officials have used a video briefing for journali (ABC News — 6 February, 2007)
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Prime Minister John Howard has criticised the US handling of Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks who is facing terrorism-related charges In todays joint party room meeting in Canberra (ABC News — 6 February, 2007)
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