In an August 1, 2002 legal memo that would later become a lightning rod for controversy, Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel Jay Bybee went on record as one of the first and most senior government officials to consider controversial interrogation tactics to be permissible and international laws such as the Geneva Conventions irrelevant in dealing with so-called unlawful enemy combatants.
Correct Answer : B
Because chickens lack teeth, they need another way to break apart the food they eat before reaching the stomach, and for this reason, chickens have a gizzard in which stones they swallow are used to grind their food.
Until the European Convention on Human Rights came into effect in 2000, no law of privacy was as yet acknowledged by British courts.
If the engineering feats of that early decade remains impressive – boring a mile-long tunnel through a solid mountain, and turning the eastward flow of two rivers westward – the arduous conditions in which the engineers worked are no less remarkable.