U.S. court overturns conviction of Australian once held at Guantanamo

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. military appeals court on Wednesday threw out the conviction of Australian David Hicks on a terrorism-related charge, saying the activity for which he was convicted did not become a crime until years after he was captured in Afghanistan. Hicks, 39, pleaded guilty in 2007 to providing material support to terrorism after acknowledging he had trained at an al Qaeda…

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U.S. court overturns conviction of Australian once held at Guantanamo

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. military appeals court on Wednesday threw out the conviction of Australian David Hicks on a terrorism-related charge, saying the activity for which he was convicted did not become a crime until years after he was captured in Afghanistan. Hicks, 39, pleaded guilty in 2007 to providing material support to terrorism after acknowledging he had trained at an al Qaeda…

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Royal Caribbean Launches Global Creative Review - Adweek


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Royal Caribbean Launches Global Creative Review
Adweek
Royal Caribbean International is reviewing its global creative agency business, with a decision expected by May. Incumbent J. Walter Thompson is expected to defend, sources said. Media, handled by the agency's WPP corporate sibling, Mindshare, is not ...

and more »

U.S. court overturns conviction of Australian once held at Guantanamo

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. military appeals court on Wednesday threw out the conviction of Australian David Hicks on a terrorism-related charge, saying the activity for which he was convicted did not become a crime until years after he was captured in Afghanistan. Hicks, 39, pleaded guilty in 2007 to providing material support to terrorism after acknowledging he had trained at an al Qaeda…

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Royal Caribbean Launches Global Creative Review - Adweek


Adweek

Royal Caribbean Launches Global Creative Review
Adweek
Royal Caribbean International is reviewing its global creative agency business, with a decision expected by May. Incumbent J. Walter Thompson is expected to defend, sources said. Media, handled by the agency's WPP corporate sibling, Mindshare, is not ...

and more »

U.S. court overturns conviction of Australian once held at Guantanamo

admin

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. military appeals court on Wednesday threw out the conviction of Australian David Hicks on a terrorism-related charge, saying the activity for which he was convicted did not become a crime until years after he was captured in Afghanistan. Hicks, 39, pleaded guilty in 2007 to providing material support to terrorism after acknowledging he had trained at an al Qaeda…

Next Post

Royal Caribbean Launches Global Creative Review - Adweek


Adweek

Royal Caribbean Launches Global Creative Review
Adweek
Royal Caribbean International is reviewing its global creative agency business, with a decision expected by May. Incumbent J. Walter Thompson is expected to defend, sources said. Media, handled by the agency's WPP corporate sibling, Mindshare, is not ...

and more »