- In First Amendment Case Over Afghan War Memoir, Justice Department Asks ... - Firedoglake
- Wed, 01 May 2013 19:30:15 GMT - In First Amendment Case Over Afghan War Memoir, Justice Department Asks ...
The Justice Department has asked a federal judge to conclude that a former Defense Intelligence Agency officer “has no First Amendment right to publish the information at issue” in a memoir he penned at on his service in the war in Afghanistan.
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- DOJ Asks Judge to End Suit Over Afghan War Memoir - The BLT: Blog of Legal Times (blog)
- Tue, 30 Apr 2013 17:08:10 GMT - DOJ Asks Judge to End Suit Over Afghan War Memoir
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The Justice Department has renewed its effort to shut down a lawsuit in Washington over the scope of information a former U.S. defense intelligence officer can publish in a memoir about service in the war in Afghanistan. DOJ lawyers said in court ...
- Afghan Chief Justice in Tehran to Discuss Bilateral Ties - Fars News Agency
- Sat, 18 May 2013 09:47:34 GMT -
Fars News AgencyAfghan Chief Justice in Tehran to Discuss Bilateral Ties
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The Afghan chief justice, heading a high-ranking delegation, is currently on a three-day visit to Iran. During his stay in Tehran, Azimi will hold talks with Justice Minister Seyed Morteza Bakhtiari, Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi and other senior ...
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- Stonings, amputations and executions were a common sight in this Kabul ... - BBC News
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BBC NewsStonings, amputations and executions were a common sight in this Kabul ...
Two cases of forced amputations in Afghanistan's Herat province have served as a grim reminder of Taliban-style justice almost 12 years since the movement was ousted from power. Just over a month ago, Fayz Mohammad and his neighbour Zarin were two ...
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- Afghanistan aims at stability during transitionary period – Dr... - Asian Tribune
- Sat, 18 May 2013 23:25:41 GMT - Afghanistan aims at stability during transitionary period – Dr...
President of the Afghanistan Justice Organisation (AJO), Dr Shafeek Seddiq, delivering a lecture at the Hilton Hotel in Colombo on May 17 said that Afghanistan could emerge as a stable, prosperous and peaceful country if the period of transition from ...
- Afghan Effort To Boost Protection For Women An Uphill Battle - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
- Mon, 20 May 2013 13:12:00 GMT - Afghan Effort To Boost Protection For Women An Uphill Battle
The rapid withdrawal over the weekend of proposed legislation to expand protections for Afghan women has highlighted obstacles facing elected representatives and others who want to bolster institutional protections for a vulnerable segment of Afghan ...
- Khaled Hosseini's new book is another tear-jerker - Salon
- Mon, 20 May 2013 12:51:58 GMT - Khaled Hosseini's new book is another tear-jerker
Because of its sprawling nature — it spans decades and hops beyond Afghanistan to France, America and other places, including an imaginary one — the book manages to touch on a range of sensitive topics, from homosexuality in pre-Taliban Afghanistan ...
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- Iran, Afghanistan Underline Expansion of Judicial Ties - Fars News Agency
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Fars News AgencyIran, Afghanistan Underline Expansion of Judicial Ties
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The Afghan chief justice, for his part, called for expansion of mutual cooperation between Tehran and Kabul, specially in the legal and judicial fields. Azimi, heading a high-ranking delegation, embarked on a three-day visit to Tehran on Saturday to ...
- Assistant U.S. Attorney takes command of coalition to support Afghan courts - The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines (blog)
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The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines (blog)Assistant U.S. Attorney takes command of coalition to support Afghan courts
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Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick Reinert left Cedar Rapids this week to take over the command of a coalition which helps reinforce the Afghan criminal justice system and promote the legitimacy of its government. “Having a court system work – ties people ...
- Al Qaeda: Enemy or Asset? - CounterPunch
- Mon, 20 May 2013 08:26:24 GMT - Al Qaeda: Enemy or Asset?
Described by the American Civil Liberties Union as the “most gagged person in the history of the United States of America,” Edmonds studied criminal justice, psychology and public policy at George Washington and George Mason universities. ... The ...