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No extradition of USS Cole suspects
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  Military surround kidnappers  Soldiers surround the village where a kidnapped Swedish engineer is being held Attack boat bought in Saudi Arabia  Yemeni President said small boat used in attack on the USS Cole was purchased in Saudi Arabia 6 arrested in Cole investigation  Yemeni authorities are expected to detain more suspects in connection with the USS Cole blast Suspects to be tried in attack on Cole  At least 3 Yemenis and possibly up to 6 will be tried next month   U.S. links bin Laden and bombing
17 U.S. sailors on Cole die in explosion

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  Attack was apparently a carefully planned terrorist act carried out by suicide bombers

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  U.S. officials said there is evidence linking suspects in bombing of the USS Cole with bin Laden timeline">Osama bin Laden
  President Ali Abdullah Saleh said extradition of suspects is not allowed under constitution
Dec.11   Family connection between attacks
  Family connection between a suspect in the attack on the USS Cole and the 1998 bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Kenya
Dec.15   Cole suspects fled to Afghanistan
  U.S. and Yemeni officials said key suspects in the bombing of the USS Cole have fled to safety

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