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'No systematic torture in Jordan'


The radical cleric Abu Qatada has been fighting deportation to Jordan for six years on the grounds that he could face possible torture.

But Jordan's Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh said Abu Qatada would get a fair trial. He told HARDtalk's Sarah Montague that torture was banned under the Jordanian constitution and there was no systematic torture in his country.

You can watch the full interview on BBC World News on Monday 14 May at 03:30, 08:30, 15:30 and 20:30 GMT and on the BBC News Channel on Monday 14 May at 00:30 BST and on Tuesday 15 May at 04:30 BST.

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