Wednesday, February 27, 2008 (Pressemitteilung)
US Military Designates Afghan Journalist 'Unlawful Enemy Combatant'
Voice of America - 1 hour ago
By VOA News The US military says an Afghan journalist detained in Afghanistan for three months has been declared an "unlawful enemy combatant. ...
Detained Afghan journalist employed by CTV declared unlawful enemy ... The Canadian Press
US military says detained Afghan journalist is an enemy combatant International Herald Tribune
Afghan journalist for CTV labelled 'unlawful enemy combatant'
CPJ Press Freedom Online
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Controversial Enemy Combatant Doctrine Released, MA - Feb 13, 2008
Among the categories of detainees are those designated as "unlawful enemy combatants" who, the DoD states, do not enjoy the ordinary protections of lawful ...
Shocking Stories About the Forgotten War in Afghanistan, Italy - 5 hours ago
Everyone who ended up in US custody was an "enemy combatant." Essentially, when you look at the lack of screening in Afghanistan and the failures of the ...
Lost Years in Guantanamo (By Ismail Kamal Kushkush)
Journal of Turkish Weekly, Turkey - Feb 24, 2008
"I was accused of being an enemy combatant but I never carried weapons." Washington had declared all Guantanamo detainees as "unlawful enemy combatants" to ...
John McCain and Torture
Huffington Post, NY - Feb 18, 2008
Even worse, the law expands the definition "unlawful enemy combatant" to include anyone cited by a tribunal under the authority of the president or the ...

Democratic Underground
The capture and imprisonment of Omar Khadr
Democratic Underground, DC - Feb 7, 2008
He was taken into US Army custody, labeled an “unlawful enemy combatant”, and sent to a prison in Afghanistan. In November 2002 he was transferred to ...

Guantánamo prosecutions Seeking the death penalty
Economist, UK - Feb 13, 2008
fighters. They decided that special military commissions could only try “unlawful” enemy combatants, whereas the accused were categorised merely as enemy...
Gitmo Suspect Asks Judge to Drop Charges
The Associated Press - Feb 4, 2008
... of an eyewitness whose account of the firefight could help them make a case that he was not an "unlawful enemy combatant" and disqualify him for trial. ...


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