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The lawyer of an Aljazeera correspondent who is being tried in Spain on terrorism charges has called for his immediate acquittal.
The trial of Aljazeera's Spain correspondent Taysir Alluni is to resume in Madrid on Wednesday.

Aljazeera correspondent Taysir Alluni has denied charges of having close ties to the alleged leader of a Spanish al-Qaida cell accused of helping plot the 9/11 attacks in the United States.

A Spanish court is set to hear the testimony of Aljazeera's reporter Taysir Alluni.
The suspected leader of al-Qaida in Spain, accused of aiding the 11 September 2001, hijackers, has gone on trial, along with 23 others, in Madrid.

Aljazeera has said it is relieved at the decision by Spanish authorities to release its correspondent Taysir Alluni after a stretch of 119 days in solitary confinement.

Aljazeera has learned that a Spanish judge has ordered its correspondent Taysir Alluni released from jail and placed under mandatory house arrest pending his trial.
Doctors and human rights activists have been given permission to visit Aljazeera correspondent Taysir Alluni in jail.
Indlieb Farazi
Media rights body Reporters without Borders (RWB) has expressed regret at a previous position taken towards Taysir Alluni, Aljazeera's jailed reporter in Spain.
Ahmad Amrawi
The lawyer of detained Aljazeera reporter Taysir Alluni has been informed by a Spanish court his client will receive a medical check-up by two medical examiners on Thursday.
Ahmad Amrawi
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