Bush OKs Military Tribunals President Bush declares that six suspected al Qaeda terrorists are eligible to be tried before a military tribunal. Pentagon officials refuse to reveal the identities of the prisoners or their location. If convened, the trials would be the first military tribunals since World War II. NPR's Jackie Northam reports.
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Bush OKs Military Tribunals for Terror Suspects

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Bush OKs Military Tribunals for Terror Suspects

Bush OKs Military Tribunals for Terror Suspects

Bush OKs Military Tribunals for Terror Suspects

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President Bush declares that six suspected al Qaeda terrorists are eligible to be tried before a military tribunal. Pentagon officials refuse to reveal the identities of the prisoners or their location. If convened, the trials would be the first military tribunals since World War II. NPR's Jackie Northam reports.