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Spain has joined a growing list of countries that have passed guilty verdicts on al-Qaida operatives, jailing 18 people on Monday at the end of Europe's largest trial involving the group.

Al Jazeera's correspondent will now appeal to the European Court for Human Rights.

An Aljazeera journalist convicted in Spain of having links to al-Qaeda will serve the remainder of his jail term at home due to his worsening health, officials said on Friday.

A Spanish court has agreed to re-examine the case against Aljazeera journalist Taysir Alluni.

Pakistani journalists and lawyers have staged a protest against a seven-year jail term handed down by Spain this week to Aljazeera reporter Taysir Alluni for collaborating with al-Qaida.
Pan-Arab satellite channel Aljazeera has said it will appeal after a Spanish judge sentenced its correspondent Taysir Alluni to seven years in prison for collaborating with al-Qaida.
A Spanish court is to give its ruling in the case of top Aljazeera journalist Taysir Alluni, who is accused of having links to al-Qaida.
Aljazeera journalist Taysir Alluni is to appeal his renewed detention in Spain, where he is accused of ties to al-Qaida, so that he can travel to Syria where his mother has just died.
Spanish Police have re-arrested Aljazeera correspondent in Madrid Taysir Alluni for the third time and his verdict advanced by a week to 19 September.
Europe's largest al-Qaida trial to date of 24 men suspected of terrorist links has ended in a Spain courtroom after 10 weeks.
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