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November 26, 2008 8:06 AM

Hamdan, bin Laden's driver, makes it back to Yemen

Salim Hamdan's journey from Guantanamo, where he'd been imprisoned seven years, took 18 hours from the time his plane took off until it's arrival in Sanaa, Yemen's capital. U.S. officials had told him he'd be returning to his homeland for the final month of his sentence three days earlier. ''He was very much in a state of disbelief,'' said Navy Lt. Cmdr. Brian Mizer, Hamdan's Pentagon-appointed defense lawyer.

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