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White House officials Thursday announced that they would apply Geneva Convention standards for the treatment of Taliban fighters but not al-Qaida members in U.S. custody. Continue reading →
Margaret Warner reports on the president’s decision on the status of Afghan war detainees before talking to Eugene Fidell, president of the National Institute for Military Justice. Continue reading →
Central Intelligence Agency Director George Tenet Wednesday told Congress the al-Qaida network headed by Osama bin Laden remains the most immediate and serious threat facing the United States. Continue reading →
Margaret Warner talks to Kenneth Feinberg and Stephen Push about federal compensation efforts for victims and survivors of Sept. 11. Continue reading →
Kwame Holman reports on CIA Director George Tenet’s congressional testimony on the continuing terrorist threat. Continue reading →
Margaret Warner reports on the September 11th fund. Continue reading →
A federal judge denied bail and ordered John Walker Lindh to remain in jail pending trial. Continue reading →
A federal grand jury Tuesday indicted alleged Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh on 10 counts, including charges of conspiring to kill fellow Americans. Continue reading →
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