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Sony Alarm Clock Hidden Remote Control ON/OFF HD Spy Camera DVR 16GB Motion ActivatedThe Obama administration has signaled a willingness to accept less-stringent controls on former Taliban leaders who could be transferred to Qatar as part of a deal between the United States and the Afghan militants to kick-start Afghan peace talks, U.S. officials said.

The administration, in negotiations led by the Defense Department, has indicated to Qatar that it would be willing to transfer five Taliban detainees now at the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, prison to the Gulf emirate on condition that Qatari authorities provide assurances the men would not be allowed to leave Qatar, the officials said.

In indicating that it would expect Qatar to restrict the travel of the Taliban leaders, the United States has also signaled that it is willing to forgo tighter restrictions which it had originally discussed with the Qataris, such as imprisonment, house arrest or continuous monitoring by security forces.

Administration officials insist, however, that they will only agree even to the less onerous restrictions on the transferred prisoners if they believe the arrangements will serve U.S. counterterrorism objectives adequately. “The goal is for detainees not to have the option to return to the fight,” a U.S. official said.

While the restrictions the Obama administration is willing to accept are less than it first demanded, a U.S. official familiar with the issue said that Qatar is nonetheless balking at agreeing to restrict the Taliban detainees’ travel. U.S. officials say the Taliban are also rejecting the notion that detainees transferred from Guantanamo to Qatar should be subjected to any restrictive conditions.

These diplomatic complications, U.S. officials said, are causing temporary deadlock in negotiations between Washington and Qatar, as well as stalling broader peace discussions between U.S. and Taliban negotiators.

“The prospect of detainees returning to the fight is problematic – it’s a very strong concern,” the official said.

The hoped-for peace talks between the U.S.-backed government of Afghan President Hamid Karzai and the Taliban have emerged as a key part of President Barack Obama’s strategy for stabilizing the country. Most foreign troops are scheduled to leave by the end of 2014.

MINIMAL CONTROL

U.S. officials, who asked for anonymity when discussing a sensitive topic, said that despite the hiccups, negotiations with Qatar are continuing, as is the broader peace effort. George Little, a Pentagon spokesman, declined to comment.

However, Obama’s political opponents, who have questioned his efforts to negotiate any kind of accommodation with Afghan Taliban, are expected to step up their criticism if Taliban detainees are moved to Qatar under conditions of minimal control.



Officials said U.S. intelligence agencies, in non-public reports, have already criticized Qatar for loosely and ineffectively keeping tabs on militant ex-detainees transferred to them by U.S. authorities.

U.S. officials said the conditions under which the Taliban detainees would be transferred to Qatar is the sole remaining stumbling block in a larger diplomatic package that the United States has been discussing with authorities in Doha regarding the possible Taliban transfer.

Some officials said that in initial discussions with Qatar, the U.S. government had discussed tighter restrictions which might be placed on Taliban detainees who could be transferred to the country. The officials said the U.S. position subsequently changed. A spokesman for the Qatari Embassy in Washington did not respond to a request for comment.

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, who must personally vouch for the transfer, is taking a personal interest in both the Taliban transfer plan and details of the negotiations with Qatar, officials said.

By law, the administration must provide formal notification to U.S. lawmakers 30 days in advance of any detainee transfers such as the proposed Taliban deal. So far no such notification has been given.

Under current law, lawmakers have no power to block any prisoner transfers. The only legal means Congress would have to halt proposed transfers would be to pass new legislation banning them, which would be subject to a possible presidential veto.

Nonetheless, in an election year, a detainee transfer deal in which former prisoners would not be under tight supervision could provide Obama’s political rivals with fodder for criticizing his counterterrorism policies.

Some congressional critics have already raised questions about the publicly known details of the proposed transfer of Taliban detainees. Previously classified Pentagon dossiers on the detainees which were made public by WikiLeaks suggested that some of the five detainees have histories of particularly violent or anti-American activity.

Official sources indicate that one of the detainees, Mullah Mohammed Fazl, is alleged to have been responsible, as a top Taliban military commander, for killing thousands of Afghanistan’s minority Shiites.

(Reporting by Missy Ryan and Mark Hosenball in Washington; Editing by Warren Strobel and Eric Beech)

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21 Responses

  1. Treva NobbeJune 19, 2014 at 8:24 am

    im getting an iPad 2 soon, but i can only find it in 16GB. i really want it more because it doesnt seem like a lot. is it?

    plus, dont tell me crap like “why get the ipad 2 when 3 is out soon?” etc etc. because ive heard from lots of friend that 3 over heats and has bad battery and 2 doesnt. i updated my ipod and got ll the new features on iTunes but connecting it the computer. so im just going to do that:)

    thanks to anyone who helps.

  2. Kimberli SkonczewskiJune 14, 2014 at 10:35 am

    I’m planning of getting an Iphone 4, but really don’t know whether wanna take 16gb or 32gb coz the cost is more $100 for 32gb (that’s a lot). Rite now i’m using Nokia E72, My phone is full of songs and photos and videos recorded but all in all i’m only using 3gb from 4gb memory card. But i need to know how much memory will i need if i use iphone 4, is 16gb is enough for me if i wanna keep below 1000 songs, take pictures and videos and download a lot of apps, and emailing and messaging? I don’t want to waste money on 32gb if i won’t use all the memory.. I’m confuse. Help me please

  3. Lynette PruitJune 4, 2014 at 7:19 am

    Does anyone know if there is a way to upgrade my 8gb ipod touch to a 16gb?
    I guess in order to weed out the smarta$$ answers. I should rephrase the question. Is there anyway to upgrade my 8gb ipod touch to a 16gb, without returning/selling it and spending an additional $100 for a 16gb?

  4. Jospeh MagleyJune 3, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    I’m thinking of pre-ordering a new iphone 4s tomorrow. My current itunes library is just over 16GB, so I obviously won’t be able to fit the whole thing on there, but is 16 GB enough for a decent number of apps and to still have enough room for maybe 3 or 4 GB of music? Anyone with a 16GB iphone wish they had 32? Is that 16GB all usable space, or does the OS take up a lot of it?

    I currently have an android with less than a GB of memory I can use for apps, and I don’t even use it for music, but I think I would with the iphone. Hoping for a notable improvement!

  5. Kyla GojmeracMay 30, 2014 at 8:23 am

    Is 16GB on a tablet a very small amount? How much could it handle? (Any examples?)

  6. Dudley PtacekMay 6, 2014 at 1:03 am

    Thinking about getting a iphone but dont know wht GB to get, how much does 16GB hold can you help me?

  7. Althea MankeyMarch 22, 2014 at 8:51 pm

    So I guess my main questions are…
    -Does the 16GB iPad 2 still hold a lot of data?
    -If not, is it worth it to buy the 64 GB even though it is a HUGE price difference?

  8. Wes BuysJanuary 21, 2014 at 12:15 am

    Guys I want to know the difference between the 16gb tablet and 32gb tablet. If this tablet supports a microsd card then I shouldn’t have any problems using the 16gb version right? Since I can just use my 32gb sd card instead. Im not doing anything memory intense just a few games
    the tablet is Samsung galaxy note 10.1 2014 Edition.

  9. Donn KlarrDecember 6, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    I’m looking to build a gaming/video editing computer that holds at least 12-16gb of ram, but I know little about computers. I want the budget to be around £1000. I don’t know what components to get to build this computer, any help?

  10. Twana MauryDecember 3, 2013 at 11:35 pm

    the 16gb is kinda perfect for me..but I was just wondering why do they just have it in itouch, are they ever going to have it in classic or nano?

  11. Felipe RemmersOctober 23, 2013 at 3:14 pm

    I already asked this before, I guess what I’m looking for is some estimates. About how many songs, videos, apps, and pics will I be able to fit on the two? Please don’t say “a whole bunch just get the 16gb” because I’m looking for actual numbers.
    Thanks.

  12. Nigel ZayasOctober 20, 2013 at 8:38 am

    Does the 16gb offer more? If so, what? Do they perform the same?
    Petros, you got the math down. Now work on that spelling. :)

  13. Shawn TsaiSeptember 29, 2013 at 8:45 pm

    And how did America changed it again when we went in to fight the Taliban? Was it okay for the United States to go in and change the culture?

  14. Charlotte RockettAugust 10, 2013 at 5:34 am

    If there is more lawlessness now, people are going to prefer the Taliban. Girls in school and television will not outweigh everyday risks to life and limb.

  15. Leif SageJuly 20, 2013 at 4:12 pm

    The Taliban would be dead in the water if they lost the support of villages in rural Afghanistan, they hide there, they resupply, they recruit, they use them as bases for their operations and nobody stops them. This is despite causing hundred of civilian casualties each year, using them as human shields and imposing barbaric rules.

  16. Lane StepnoskiJuly 12, 2013 at 8:29 pm

    Its okay the Afghan government has it all figured out.

    They just shot down a law that would protect womens rights and freedoms, stop child marriage etc..
    So just have all the Taliban-like fundamental laws in place and enforced so they wont need to come back, the government would be doing their job for them.

    Brilliant plan! What good has international presence been there?

  17. Clarissa SaboriMay 23, 2013 at 1:32 am

    instead of announcing with a megaphone (they hide) we should send like 5 people in to become the taliban. and then last minute they kill em/capture them. you dont need 2 million soldiers to kill 10 men.

  18. Michelina HeggMay 7, 2013 at 7:16 pm

    I’m doing a story based on a family who are hiding under their table as they hear gunshots from the taliban and the son goes out and get shot by the taliban who are in the streets?
    Would that be a realistic scene? And what year can I say this occurred?
    Thanks in advance for any information!

  19. Donella WinsettMay 4, 2013 at 10:32 am

    So I bought a 16gb Ipod Touch on Ebay, and the seller claims that it’s the new, updated version of it (MA627LL/B), but, being the wary guy that I am, I want to be able to make sure it’s not the older (MA627LL/A) version when I get it.

    So, how will I be able to be sure it’s the /B version, and not the /A one?

  20. Curtis CappaMay 4, 2013 at 1:58 am

    The Taliban have moral values that they adhere to.

  21. Caprice NinnessMay 3, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    I have to do a research paper on the taliban and i need to make some asumptions but i can’t think of any.
    which do you have?

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