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United States Embassy in Kabul Responds to Press Report Alleging Abuse.
Dec. 17, 2004
Zalmay Mamozy Khalilzad
Email between Jennifer Vlau, Sara Stryker and Jeremy Caddel concerning a Reuters article on U.S. Amb. Khalilzad conducting a review of Afghan jails in response to abuse allegations.
Dec. 17, 2004
Sara A. Stryker
William B. Taylor | Timothy E. Wilder
Zalmay Mamozy Khalilzad, Sara A. Stryker, William B. Taylor
State Department cable from Kabul Embassy to Sec. of State re: Afghan Human Rights Chief. Amb. Khalilzad states that he discussed detainee issues with Sima Samar, Chairperson of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission.
Dec. 17, 2004
Zalmay Mamozy Khalilzad
Colin L. Powell
Colin L. Powell, Zalmay Mamozy Khalilzad
This State Department cable is a report on detainees as well as an assessment of the ground situation in Afghanistan. The cable focuses on a description of the Qandahar airport holding facility holding the Cuba-bound al-Qaida and Taliban ...
This DOS Cable discusses a visit to a detention facility in Afghanistan. It explains that there was a previous issue at the facility of overcrowding and lack of resources, but that the current climate is better. Also, the cable notes that the ...
DOS Cable-Action request for Kabul Embassy from Colin L. Powell requesting that the government provide access to the ICRC to visit all detainees under usual ICRC conditions.
Memo confirming Sec. Powell's meeting with International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) President Kellenberger on May 27, 2004. Meeting objectives include discussing ICRC’s ongoing concerns regarding the treatment of detainees in Afghanistan ...
DOS Cable from Colin L. Powell to U.S. Ambassador to Australia, John Thomas Schieffer. The Cable discusses the POW status or non-status of the Taliban and Al-Qaida detainees, and explains the specific privileges the detainees will be afforded.