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Suspected Algerian terrorist Mustafa Labsi may have fled to Austria

Algerian national Mustafa Labsi, who is suspect of co-operation with the international terrorist network al-Qaida, reportedly escaped from a sojourn camp in Rohovce in Trnava region on Saturday, December 19, the TASR newswire wrote.

Algerian national Mustafa Labsi, who is suspect of co-operation with the international terrorist network al-Qaida, reportedly escaped from a sojourn camp in Rohovce in Trnava region on Saturday, December 19, the TASR newswire wrote.

According to a TV Joj report on December 21, Labsi didn't report to the Migration Office of Slovakia's Interior Ministry on Saturday. The guards of the camp subsequently begun to search for him. The Interior Ministry also notified Austrian authorities and it learned from them that Labsi had been caught there.

“I've no information about my client not being in the sojourn camp,” Labsi's lawyer Martin Škamla told the TASR on Monday evening, December 21. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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