UK spends £200,000 of taxpayer money to protect hate preacher… after deporting him

Britain has spent almost 200,000 pounds protecting the welfare of hate preacher Abu Qatada after he was deported to his native Jordan to face terror charges.

The sum, revealed by The Times newspaper, has sparked anger among both MPs and the public.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – September 25, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Muslim cleric cleared of terrorism charges in Jordan, Colorado taco truck involved in meth bust open for business, another toxic mine spill reported in northwestern Mexico, and Swiss scientists use electrical currents to get paralyzed rats walking.

JORDAN (annotate: https://news.vice.com/article/radical-muslim-cleric-abu-qatada-freed-in-jordan-after-terror-plot-acquittals)
Muslim Cleric Acquitted of Terrorism Charges​
Abu Qatada was accused of providing support to a group that was planning to carry out attacks against tourists and diplomats New Year’s Eve 1999.

U.S.A.
Colorado Taco Truck Still in Business Following Meth Bust
Officials say the owner was unaware that employees were selling drugs through the truck’s window.

MEXICO (may annotate tomorrow if piece published)
Another Toxic Spill Pollutes Rivers in Sonora State
For the second time in six weeks, authorities have urged residents not to use water because of leaks at a local copper mine.

SWITZERLAND
Electrical Stimulation Gets Paralyzed Rats Walking
Scientists in Lausanne hope to start human trials next summer.

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