"Obama Bravely Takes on a Tortured Child Soldier"

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no nation has tried a child soldier for war crimes since World War II, and the decision to prosecute Khadr has drawn protests from UNICEF, headed by a former U.S. national security adviser, as well as every major human-rights group...

military trial now set for August 10

NOTE: Omar's older brother Abdullah was released August 4th after Canada denied 
extradition to the U.S. Judge Speyer cited "gross misconduct" by both governments.

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