In this photo released by Indonesian National Police on Aug. 21, 2003, Southeast Asian terror mastermind Hambali is shown. (Indonesian National Police via AP)
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An Indonesian accused of ties to extremist groups and held for nearly 10 years at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, appeared for the first time Thursday at a hearing called to determine whether he should remain in detention.Hambali, 52, has been held at Guantanamo since September 2006 and had not been seen publicly there until Thursday's review panel hearing.An American military officer acting as Hambali's personal representative read a statement describing Hambali as "respectful and energetic" and "most enthused" about his hearing.There are now 61 detainees at Guantanamo, including Hambali.
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