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Guantanamo Suspect Cleared - 18 Nov 2010
Guantanamo Suspect Cleared - 18 Nov 2010
USA-GUANTANAMO/GHAILANI
RTR24HCP
June 09, 2009
People cross the street in front of the Metropolitan Correctional Center building, which now holds Ahmed...
New York, UNITED STATES
People cross street in front of Metropolitan Correctional Center building, which now holds Ghailani after...
People cross the street in front of the Metropolitan Correctional Center building, which now holds Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani after his transfer under escort by U.S. marshals, in New York June 9, 2009. Ghailani, a Tanzanian held at the U.S. naval base in Cuba since 2006 accused of involvement in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, arrived in New York escorted by U.S. marshals, the Department of Justice said. The United States transferred the first detainee from the Guantanamo Bay prison on Tuesday to stand trial in a U.S. civilian court in a test case for President Barack Obama's plans to close the controversial prison for foreign terrorism suspects. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW)
USA-GUANTANAMO/GHAILANI
RTR24HCV
June 09, 2009
People walk past the entrace of the Moynihan Federal Courthouse, where Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani will be...
New York, UNITED STATES
People walk past the entrace of the Moynihan Federal Courthouse, where Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani will be...
People walk past the entrace of the Moynihan Federal Courthouse, where Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani will be tried, in New York June 9, 2009. Ghailani, a Tanzanian held at the U.S. naval base in Cuba since 2006 accused of involvement in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, arrived in New York escorted by U.S. marshals, the Department of Justice said. The United States transferred the first detainee from the Guantanamo Bay prison on Tuesday to stand trial in a U.S. civilian court in a test case for President Barack Obama's plans to close the controversial prison for foreign terrorism suspects. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW)
USA-GUANTANAMO/GHAILANI
RTR24HCU
June 09, 2009
The Moynihan Federal Courthouse, where Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani will be tried, is seen in New York June...
New York, UNITED STATES
The Moynihan Federal Courthouse, where Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani will be tried, is seen in New York
The Moynihan Federal Courthouse, where Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani will be tried, is seen in New York June 9, 2009. Ghailani, a Tanzanian held at the U.S. naval base in Cuba since 2006 accused of involvement in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, arrived in New York escorted by U.S. marshals, the Department of Justice said. The United States transferred the first detainee from the Guantanamo Bay prison on Tuesday to stand trial in a U.S. civilian court in a test case for President Barack Obama's plans to close the controversial prison for foreign terrorism suspects. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-GUANTANAMO/GHAILANI
RTR24HCJ
June 09, 2009
The Metropolitan Correctional Center building, which now holds Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani after his transfer...
New York, UNITED STATES
Metropolitan Correctional Center building, which now holds Ghailani after his transfer under escort by...
The Metropolitan Correctional Center building, which now holds Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani after his transfer under escort by U.S. marshals, is seen in New York June 9, 2009. Ghailani, a Tanzanian held at the U.S. naval base in Cuba since 2006 accused of involvement in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, arrived in New York escorted by U.S. marshals, the Department of Justice said. The United States transferred the first detainee from the Guantanamo Bay prison on Tuesday to stand trial in a U.S. civilian court in a test case for President Barack Obama's plans to close the controversial prison for foreign terrorism suspects. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-GUANTANAMO/GHAILANI
RTR24HCS
June 09, 2009
A street sign stands in front of the Metropolitan Correctional Center building, which now holds Ahmed...
New York, UNITED STATES
Street sign stands in front of Metropolitan Correctional Center, which now holds Ghailani after his transfer...
A street sign stands in front of the Metropolitan Correctional Center building, which now holds Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani after his transfer under escort by U.S. marshals, in New York June 9, 2009. Ghailani, a Tanzanian held at the U.S. naval base in Cuba since 2006 accused of involvement in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, arrived in New York escorted by U.S. marshals, the Department of Justice said. The United States transferred the first detainee from the Guantanamo Bay prison on Tuesday to stand trial in a U.S. civilian court in a test case for President Barack Obama's plans to close the controversial prison for foreign terrorism suspects. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW)
USA-GUANTANAMO/GHAILANI
RTR24HND
June 09, 2009
Colonel Jeff Colwell, a U.S. Marine Judge Advocate, (L) and Major Rick Reiter, a U.S. Air Force Judge...
New York, UNITED STATES
Colonel Colwell and Major Reiter speak outside federal court where their client Ghailani was arraigned...
Colonel Jeff Colwell, a U.S. Marine Judge Advocate, (L) and Major Rick Reiter, a U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate speak outside the federal court where their client Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a Tanzanian held at the U.S. naval base in Cuba since 2006 accused of involvement in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, was arraigned, in New York, June 9, 2009. The United States transferred the first detainee from the Guantanamo Bay prison on Tuesday to stand trial in a U.S. civilian court in a test case for President Barack Obama's plans to close the controversial prison for foreign terrorism suspects. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW MILITARY)
USA-GUANTANAMO/GHAILANI
RTR24HN7
June 09, 2009
Colonel Jeff Colwell, a U.S. Marine Judge Advocate, speaks outside the federal court where his client...
New York, UNITED STATES
Colonel Colwell speaks outside federal court where his client Ghailani was arraigned in New York
Colonel Jeff Colwell, a U.S. Marine Judge Advocate, speaks outside the federal court where his client Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a Tanzanian held at the U.S. naval base in Cuba since 2006 accused of involvement in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, was arraigned, in New York, June 9, 2009. The United States transferred the first detainee from the Guantanamo Bay prison on Tuesday to stand trial in a U.S. civilian court in a test case for President Barack Obama's plans to close the controversial prison for foreign terrorism suspects. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW MILITARY)
USA-GUANTANAMO/GHAILANI
RTR24HN6
June 09, 2009
Major Rick Reiter, a U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate, speaks outside the federal court where his client...
New York, UNITED STATES
Major Rick Reiter, a U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate, speaks outside federal court where his client Ahmed...
Major Rick Reiter, a U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate, speaks outside the federal court where his client Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a Tanzanian held at the U.S. naval base in Cuba since 2006 accused of involvement in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, was arraigned, in New York, June 9, 2009. The United States transferred the first detainee from the Guantanamo Bay prison on Tuesday to stand trial in a U.S. civilian court in a test case for President Barack Obama's plans to close the controversial prison for foreign terrorism suspects. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW HEADSHOT MILITARY)
USA-GUANTANAMO/GHAILANI
RTR24HN1
June 09, 2009
Attorney Scott Fenstermaker walks outside the federal court where his client Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Scott Fenstermaker walks outside federal court where his client Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani was arraigned,...
Attorney Scott Fenstermaker walks outside the federal court where his client Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a Tanzanian held at the U.S. naval base in Cuba since 2006 accused of involvement in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, was arraigned, in New York, June 9, 2009. The United States transferred the first detainee from the Guantanamo Bay prison on Tuesday to stand trial in a U.S. civilian court in a test case for President Barack Obama's plans to close the controversial prison for foreign terrorism suspects. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW)
USA-GUANTANAMO/GHAILANI
RTR24HN0
June 09, 2009
Attorney Scott Fenstermaker walks outside federal court where his client Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a Tanzanian...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Scott Fenstermaker walks outside federal court where his client Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani was arraigned,...
Attorney Scott Fenstermaker walks outside federal court where his client Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a Tanzanian held at the U.S. naval base in Cuba since 2006 accused of involvement in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, was arraigned, in New York, June 9, 2009. The United States transferred the first detainee from the Guantanamo Bay prison on Tuesday to stand trial in a U.S. civilian court in a test case for President Barack Obama's plans to close the controversial prison for foreign terrorism suspects. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW)
RTRG7KT
August 07, 1998
QUALITY REPEAT

NAI02:AFRICA-EXPLOSION:NAIROBI,7AUG98 - An injured man is removed from the wreckage...
Kenya
AN INJURED MAN IS REMOVED FROM A BOMBED BUILDING.
QUALITY REPEAT

NAI02:AFRICA-EXPLOSION:NAIROBI,7AUG98 - An injured man is removed from the wreckage when a bomb went off in Nairobi in the morning hours August 7. Up to 80 people were feared dead and over 1,000 injured in two huge car bomb attacks on Friday aimed at the United States embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, police and witnesses said.
RTRG75A
August 07, 1998
A body is removed from the wreckage of a building after a bomb went off in Nairobi in the morning hours...
Kenya
A BODY IS REMOVED FROM THE SCENE OF BLAST.
A body is removed from the wreckage of a building after a bomb went off in Nairobi in the morning hours of August 7. The death toll has not been released but more than ten bodies were lying at the scene of the blast which also damaged a part of the U.S. embassy.

GM/JDP
RTRG74G
August 07, 1998
An injured man is helped as he flees from the smouldering wreckage after a bomb went off in Nairobi in...
Kenya
AN INJURED MAN FLEES FROM THE BOMBED BUILDING IN NAIROBI.
An injured man is helped as he flees from the smouldering wreckage after a bomb went off in Nairobi in the morning hours August 7. At least 15 people were killed and more than 400 injured in the blast. The blast was centred on Ufundi House next door to the U.S. embassy in the heart of the city.

GM/NS/
RTRGCES
August 12, 1998
Crowds gather at a memorial ceremony held at the U.S embassy August 12 in remebrance of the victims of...
Kenya
MEMORIAL CEREMONY AT THE US EMBASSY IN NAIROBI.
Crowds gather at a memorial ceremony held at the U.S embassy August 12 in remebrance of the victims of Friday's devastating bomb blast in Nairobi. U.S Ambaasador Prudence Bushnell was injured in the attack.

JN/SB
RTRHD03
September 17, 1998
U.S. Commerce Secretary William Daley lays a wreath September 17 at the site of the bomb blast in remembrace...
Kenya
U.S. COMMERCE SECRETARY WILLIAM DALEY LAYS A WREATH IN NAIROBI.
U.S. Commerce Secretary William Daley lays a wreath September 17 at the site of the bomb blast in remembrace of those who were killed in the August 7 attack on the U.S. embassy. Daley, who made a brief stop in the Kenyan capital during a three-nation visit to Africa, toured the downtown bomb site and laied a wreth at a small, rain-soaked memoral to the victims. The rubble has been cleared but most of the 250 affected buinesses remain shut.

AN/ME
RTRGBX8
August 12, 1998
Kenyan soldiers watch workers at the U.S. embassy compound, the site of last Friday's bomb blast, in...
Kenya
KENYAN ARMY SOLDIER STAND WATCH OUTSIDE THE US EMBASSY COUMPOUND.
Kenyan soldiers watch workers at the U.S. embassy compound, the site of last Friday's bomb blast, in Nairobi's city centre August 12. The official death toll from the bombing has risen to 244, Kenya's National Disaster Centre (NDC) said on Wednesday. Rescue workers abandoned hope on Wednesday of finding any more survivors from a deadly bomb attack against the U.S. embassy in Kenya, after finding the body of a woman they fought for days to save.

JN/JDP
RTRG74K
August 07, 1998
An injured man is removed from the wreckage of a building after a bomb went off in Nairobi August 7....
Kenya
AN INJURED MAN IS HELPED FROM THE RUBBLE OF A BUILDING AFTER EXPLOSION IN NAIROBI.
An injured man is removed from the wreckage of a building after a bomb went off in Nairobi August 7. The death figure has not been released but more than ten bodies were lying at the scene of the blast which also blew part of the American embassy. Reports say that US Ambassador Prudence Bushnell was injured in the blast.

GM/AA
RTRG7PA
August 07, 1998
UPDATED CAPTION - NAI016:NAIROBI-BOMB:NAIROBI,KENYA,7AUG98 - Aerial view of the bomb blast area in Nairobi...
Kenya
AERIAL VIEW OF THE SCENE OF THE BOMB BLAST.
UPDATED CAPTION - NAI016:NAIROBI-BOMB:NAIROBI,KENYA,7AUG98 - Aerial view of the bomb blast area in Nairobi in the morning hours August 7 Cooperative Bank building (L) the blast at Ufundi Co-operative House (C) and the American Embassy on (R). Up to 80 people were feared dead and over 1,000 injured in two huge car bomb attacks on Friday aimed at the United States embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, police and witnesses said.

GM/FMS
RTRG753
August 07, 1998
A U.S. embassy official secures the area around the embassy building after a powerful bomb blast in Nairobi...
Kenya
US EMBASSY OFFICIAL SECURES THE AREA AROUND THE EMBASSY.
A U.S. embassy official secures the area around the embassy building after a powerful bomb blast in Nairobi August 7. The death toll has not been released but more than ten bodies were lying at the scene of the blast which also damaged part of the American embassy.

GM/JDP
RTRG8GY
August 08, 1998
Israeli soldiers specialising in rescue operations arrive at the scene of the bomb blast in Nairobi August...
Kenya
ISRAELI TROOPS ARRIVE AT THE SCENE OF EXPLOSION IN NAIROBI.
Israeli soldiers specialising in rescue operations arrive at the scene of the bomb blast in Nairobi August 8. More than 100 Kenyans have been confirmed dead and ten Americans from the U.S. embassy were killed in the deadly explosion which rocked Nairobi on Friday.

GM/ME
RTRG7JW
August 07, 1998
A U.S. marine guards the American embassy in Nairobi which was damaged when a bomb exploded August 7....
Kenya
A US MARINE GUARDS THE AMERICAN EMBASSY IN NAIROBI.
A U.S. marine guards the American embassy in Nairobi which was damaged when a bomb exploded August 7. The death figure has not been released but more than ten bodies were lying at the scene of the blast which also injured the U.S. ambassador.

GM/ME
RTRG7NK
August 07, 1998
A front view shows bomb blast damage in Nairobi in the morning hours of August 7. Up to 80 people were...
Kenya
VIEW OF THE SCENE OF THE BOMB BLAST IN NAIROBI.
A front view shows bomb blast damage in Nairobi in the morning hours of August 7. Up to 80 people were feared dead and over 1,000 injured in two huge car bomb attacks on Friday aimed at the United States embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, police and witnesses said.

GM/FMS
RTRG966
August 09, 1998
Kenyan, Israeli and French experts work to try and locate survivors August 9 amid the wreckage of a seven...
Kenya
KENYAN, ISREALI AND FRENCH MILITARY WORK WITHIN WRECKAGE.
Kenyan, Israeli and French experts work to try and locate survivors August 9 amid the wreckage of a seven story building which collapsed during a bombing attack on the U.S. Embassy. Investigations into who planted the devastating bomb that exploded outside the embassy on August 7 continue.

CLD/GB
RTRG95G
August 09, 1998
Kenyan, Israeli and French experts work to try and locate survivors August 9 amid the wreckage of a seven...
Kenya
KENYAN, ISRAELI AND FRENCH MILITARY WORK WITHIN WRECKAGE.
Kenyan, Israeli and French experts work to try and locate survivors August 9 amid the wreckage of a seven story building which collapsed during Friday's bomb attack on the U.S Embassy. Investigations into who planted the devastating bomb that exploded outside continue.

CLD/FMS
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