Angel on My Shoulder

Geoffrey Monument

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In spite of Geneva's requirement that a competent tribunal decide whether someone qualifies for prisoner of war (POW) status, Bush took it upon himself to decide that Al Qaeda and Taliban prisoners in Afghanistan were not protected by the Geneva Convention on the POWs. Toward October the Japanese, with the aid of mechanics and technicians from among the prisoner group, installed two gasoline power pumps by means of which water could be drawn from the nearby wells and a reserve supply stored in the tower in the camp area.

Pages: 200

Publisher: Lane Publishers (November 1996)

ISBN: 1897666160

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