THE HAGUE (AFP) - Dutch-Pakistani Al-Qaeda suspect Sabir Khan on Tuesday lost a bid to stop his extradition to the United States, where he is accused of planning acts of terror, including a suicide attack on a US base in Afghanistan. “The presiding judge dismisses the plaintiff’s bid,” Dutch judge Gerard van Ham said in the Hague district court verdict published online. Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten in December gave his final approval for the extradition of Khan, 26, but his lawyers sought to overturn that ruling by saying that the US was complicit in his torture in Pakistan, where he was first arrested in 2010.