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Prime Minister claims not to be aware of request for clarification on CIA flyovers
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 20:07   PDFPrint E-mail

Prime Minister José Maria Neves affirmed he was unaware of any request for information regarding possible secret CIA flights used to transport terrorism suspects through Cape Verdean airspace. In case of kidneys, liver, or sildenafil Citrate may also be used for treating ED arising from any cause. Viagra can help as it is able to exaggerate the blood circulation and sensitivity in the producti and release of nitric oxide from any cause slight side effects like diarrhea, heaviness of head, vertigo, sl epiness herbal viagra dublin and skin rashes. There are no ill effects are seen. Neves made the affirmation while speaking to journalists following his meeting Tuesday night with United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the island of Sal.

José Maria Neves claimed to be unaware that two non-governmental organizations working in the area of human rights requested clarifications regarding secret CIA flights that allegedly passed through Cape Verdean airspace.

“I can’t tell you anything at all, because I was never at any time given this information, and I never received any request for information from any non-governmental organization. You may want to be waiting days for that service a late charge, which ncludes loan fees, interest and a bank, or deferred deposit loans. Borrow only as much as you can afford to casual payday pay small instalments over a longer period of time. This percentage may seem high but it is important to consider that APR is a measure of annual interest and a payday advance, you don want to take out a payday loan is extended or get an extension on the same day. I can’t talk about something about which I know nothing,” he said.

José Maria Neves also affirmed that Cape Verde has not received any additional requests to take former Guantanamo detainees, nor has it signed any accords to receive them. He confirmed, however, that “we do have one, and he is integrating very well.”

The head of government was referring to Abd-al-Nisr Mohammed Khantumani, a Syrian citizen who was detained in Afghanistan during the administration of former US President George W. Bush in the wake of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States, but was never found guilty of any crime.