Australia reassures India over detained doctor

Canberra, Reuters: By Australia moved today to calm Indian concerns over the detention of an Indian doctor on terror charges as the case against him hit a new problem. Foreign Minister Alexander Downer said he had spoken to his Indian counterpart, Pranab Mukherjee, by phone to update him on the […]

Keelty defends handling of Haneef case

COMMISSIONER Mick Keelty has defended the Australian Federal Police (AFP) against allegations of incompetence following apparent flaws in the prosecution case against Mohamed Haneef. Mr Keelty late today urged lawyers and the media to stop commenting on the case against the Indian doctor charged with recklessly providing support to a […]

Latest on Haneef case: Sim card not siezed from crime jeep

Claim linking U.K. terror suspect to Glasgow vehicle may be wrong By The Associated Press Last update – 09:00 20/07/2007 BRISBANE, Australia – Prosecutors may have given an Australian court wrong information about a suspect’s links to the failed terrorist attacks in Britain, and badly damaged their chances of a […]

Haneef ‘knew nothing’ of failed bombings

July 18, 2007 – 5:59AM Terror suspect Mohamed Haneef has told Australian Federal Police (AFP) he knew nothing about the failed bombings linked to his second cousins in London and Glasgow. Dr Haneef has been charged with “recklessly” supporting a terrorist organisation, after providing a mobile phone SIM card to […]

India concern over Haneef custody

India has expressed concern at the continued detention of an Indian doctor in Australia in connection with the failed bomb attacks in the UK. The foreign ministry in Delhi summoned the Australian High Commissioner and told him that Dr Muhammad Haneef should be treated fairly. He is charged with providing […]