News and Analysis (2/6/09)

Both the ACLU and the ICJ seek the release of evidence on Guantanamo case:

The Sudanese government claims it expelled her because of immigration issues; the reporter believes it was her investigation of Sudan’s arms manufacturing industry:

Europeans have been less than enthusiastic in increasing military support for Afghanistan:

“While Iran boasts the most pro-American population in the region, any substantive talks with the US are a big step for a regime that still chants ‘Death to America’ at rallies”:

Rather than a debate on fatwas, Indonesians largely respond with “Who cares?”:

The high court rules Abdul Qadeer Khan was not involved in any nuclear proliferation or criminal activity:

Imran

Minaret of Freedom Institute Program Assistant

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