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NATO

Numarul 2 / 30 august 2004 /
saptamanal de politica internationala
/ publicatie personala / Realizator: Nicu Ilie
 
 
NATO
Doua divizii ale armatei americane vor parasi Germania în urmatorii zece ani ROM
Redesfasurare strategica a trupelor SUA ROM

Felicitari pentru tratamentul inuman aplicat prizonierilor FRA, ENG
Presa de la Kiev: Romania, ca membra a NATO, se opune construirii canalului ROM
Romania informeaza NATO despre Bistroe ROM
 

Felicitari pentru tratamentul inuman aplicat prizonierilor FRA, ENG
Abou Ghraib: Lynndie England felicitee

Lynndie England, photographiee tenant en laisse un detenu irakien nu, a affirme qu'elle avait ete felicitee pour les humiliations infligees a la prison d'Abou Ghraib, ont indique des enqueteurs militaires vendredi.
La soldate americaine a affirme que des officiers des renseignements lui ont dit, ainsi qu'a d'autres accuses, de continuer ce "bon boulot". La jeune femme a toutefois declare ne pas avoirre d'ordre direct lui intimant d'humilier les prisonniers.
Elle comparat depuis 4 jours devant une chambre d'accusation qui doit deci der si elle passera en Cour martiale.

 

Prison abuse hearing put on hold

A military judge has temporarily halted a hearing to decide whether US soldier Pte Lynndie England, accused of abusin Iraqi prisoners, should stand trial.
Col Denise Arn ordered the recess to review a request by Pte England's lawyers to call dozens more witnesses, including top generals and politicians
They include Vice-President Dick Chene and Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
Pte England could face up to 38 years in prison. Her lawyers say she was acting under orders from superiors.
© BBC

 

 


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