Abu Qatada has been cleared of conspiring to commit acts of terrorism in a court in Jordan.
The cleric - who was finally extradited from Britain last July after a long legal process - will continue to be held as he awaits trial relating to an alleged plot to attack tourists during Jordan's New Year celebrations in 2000.
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