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JW v State HRC emails Nov 2017 pt 2 00687

JW v State HRC emails Nov 2017 pt 2 00687

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UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179309 Date: 11/01/2017
NEAR
DUPLICATE
From:
Huma Abedin
RELEASE
PART
Sent:
3/9/201112:56:35 +00:00
To:
H
Subject:
Re: serious trouble for Libyan rebels. Sid
Yes
From:
Sent: Wednesday, March 09, 2011 07:54
To: Huma Abedin
Subject: Fw: serious trouble for LIbyan rebels. Sid
Can you print for w/o any identifiers?
From: sbwhoeop@aol.com [mailto:sbwhoeop@aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 09, 2011 07:06
To:
Subject: serious trouble for LIbyan rebels. Sid
CONFIDENTIAL
March 2011
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179309 Date: 11/01/2017
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179309 Date: 11/01/2017
For: Hillary
From: Sid
Re: Serious problems for Libyan rebels
The latest report:
(Source Comment: Private individuals Europe, with ties the leadership the National
Libyan Council (NLC), plan urge the NLC military committee consider hiring private
troops (mercenaries) support, organize, and train the rebel forces Libya. These
individuals believe that NATO and the Western allies will not make adecision aid the
rebels until they are faced with ahumanitarian disaster, and that the revolution
danger. the same time, these individuals believe asmall number private troops could
turn the battle against Qaddafis forces, particula rly they are equipped with sophisticated
anti-aircraft weapons. These individuals also believe that experienced troops will have little
trouble shooting down Libyan aircraft and attack helicopters. the opinion these
sources, this would have adevastating psychologica affect Qaddafis troops.)
During the afternoon March individuals with access Saif Islam Qaddafi stated
confidence that Muammar Qaddafi increasingly confident that his troops can drive back
rebel forces attempting advance Tripoli from Benghazi. According these
individuals, Qaddafi continues believe that, and his supporters can hold power
for the next two weeks, the morale the rebel forces will begin falter, while the
opposition NLC, and the tribal leaders will begin fight among themselves.
Knowledgeable individuals with access the European security community state that they
believe reports that Qaddafi may preparing flee the country are false. That said, they
add that, their opinion, the NATO surveillance Libya will able tell and when
Qaddafi does prepare leave. They add that date there appears activity
indicating that such amove about take place.
(Source Comment: According knowledgeable individuals, military commanders loyal
Qaddafi, including his son Khamis, are surprised that NATO and the other Western military
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179309 Date: 11/01/2017
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organizations have not taken amore direct hand the fighting. They continue
concerned over this possibility, particularly the wake the capture Dutch Marines
west Tripoli, and reports British Special Forces troops being detained rebel forces
near Benghazi, while attempting contact the NLC. That said, these military commanders
still believe that NATO, and particularly the United States are using satellite imagery and
other sophisticated surveillance devices monitor the military situation Libya. They
have warned Qaddafi, that although the Western powers appear reluctant enter the
fighting, this surveillance can identify anti-aircraft facilities and other sensitive targets, and
allows NATO commanders move quickly they decide implement ano fly zone over
Libya, become more directly involved aiding the rebels. Qaddafi remains confident
that NATO and the Western allies will continue debate acourse action for the
immediate future. also assured his commanders that neither the Arab League nor the
Organization African Unity (OAU) would participate in, support any attack
Libya. Finally, according these sources, Qaddafi believes that Russia and China will not
support any action that involves increasing the military role the United States NATO.) Benghazi, individuals with access the NLC state confidence that despite the best
efforts the NLC, aunified governing body has yet emerge. present, NLC
leader Mustafa Abdel Galil experiencing limited success his efforts attract members
the academic and student movements the NLC. Gal from the town Albeida,
northeast Benghazi and has family and traditiona ties many academic and civic
leaders the region. The leaders the -Senussi
family continues
assert that they should the basis for interim
government. Galil and his supporters reject this, and only one
member the el-Senussi has been allowed work with the
NLC. (Source Comment: This individual was imprison
Qaddafi for many years and respected all sides.).
PORTS:
Individuals with access the military committee the NLC stated confidence that
March 8the major Libyan oil ports Ras Lanuf and Brega the eastern part the country
are closed. The Libyan army fought rebels for control Ras Lanuf March 7and arebel
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179309 Date: 11/01/2017
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official reported that acaptured Libyan Army officer stated that Qaddafi would attack oil
fields believes that the rebels were winning the conflict. Saturday, March 5aTurkish owned vessel left Ras Lanuf with over 500,000 barrels
crude oil. Sources with access the NLC stated that this was the last cargo vessel sail
from that port. (Source Comment: These individuals said that March 7the NLC received
word that the port Tobruk was operational. Various sources reported March 7that the
general cargo ports Tripoli, Benghazi and Khoms were operational.)
The NLC sources add that many the oil ports appear closed, and too dangerous
use. During the week February Londons marine insurance market added Libya
list areas deemed high risk.
OIL PRODUCTION
According The International Energy Agency, before the uprising Libyan wells pumped
around 1.6 million barrels per day (bpd). Friday, 1million bpd this oil production
was lost, after foreign oil firms evacuated their workers.
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UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179313 Date: 11/01/2017
From:
Jiloty, Lauren 
Sent:
2/13/2010 2:19:26 +00:00
To:
H
cc:
Huma Abedin 
Subject:
RELEASE PART B6,
B7(E)
Re: Calls
----- Original Message ----From: H
To: Jiloty, Lauren
Cc: Huma Abedin 
Sent: Fri Feb 1221:15:54 2010
Subject: Calls
Pis add List:
Bill Galston
Evan Bayh
Warren Buffet
Judith McHale
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To: 
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UNCLASSIFIED Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179313 Date: 11/01/2017
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179338 Date: 11/01/2017
Technology growing higher
IRELEASE FULLI
By: US. Department State Womens Technology Delegation Liberia and Sierra
Leone*
Inside the Annie Walsh Memorial School for Girls
Freetown, Sierra Leone, visited small computer lab
established with private donations. the wall was written
simply, Technology growing higher.
Such was the theme our journey through Liberia and Sierra
Leone last week. were brought together Womens
Technology Delegation, Tech Del, explore how
technology can empower women and girls part Secretary
Clintons Century Statecraft efforts designed reach out broad audience help
solve global problems. Technology Delegations are one the first demonstrations Century Statecraft and have happened nine countries date, convening executives
from technology corporations, foundations, and NGOs travel specific country and
meet with foreign government officials, business leaders, entrepreneurs, civil society
groups and other social actors work together technological solutions foreign
policy challenges. were the first technology delegation all women, the first group specifically
exploring how technology can empower women and girls. The Womens Tech Del was
conceived contribute Secretary Clintons strong commitment women and girls
issues and further her support for mWomen, public-private partnership close the
mobile phone gender gap. Providing women and girls with the choices and chances for
education, economic opportunity, and access health care know she will better her
family, her community and her society. Focusing the well-being women and girls
promotes democracy, promotes stability, and creates more opportunity societies.
Technology and tech based tools can provide access some these opportunities. both countries, met with women from all walks life entrepreneurs, weavers,
teachers, nurses, students, government officials and were genuinely moved their
perseverance, strength and dedication after years war tore apart the region. Our
meetings with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Her Excellency First Lady Sierra
Leone Mrs. Sia Koroma demonstrated the inspirational leadership the top both
countries. Women from the diasporas returning back their home countries from the
US. the UK. showed endless courage and love for the betterment their people.
Josephine George-Francis one such returnee. Josephine came back Liberia 1998
during its civil war and after spending nearly years the US. Together with her
daughter; Josephine managing farm that produces rice seeds, mineral water bottling
facility and brick making operation. Josephines businesses employ several dozen
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179338 Date: 11/01/2017
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179338 Date: 11/01/2017
people and have beneficial impact farmers the region who can now gain access
high quality rice seed from domestic supplier.
Yet, throughout our journey was also apparent that the challenges Sierra Leone and
Liberia are very real. Sierra Leone, lout women die during childbirth, giving
the one the highest maternal mortality rates the world. Liberia 85% the
population unemployed. both countries literacy rates are low and the national power
grid infrastructure and transportation systems are woefully inadequate. When basic
human needs like access clean water, health care, and reliable power source are not
fully addressed, the challenges can feel overwhelming.
Ultimately what learned that, despite civil wars devastating both countries less than
ten years ago, there much possibility Liberia and Sierra Leone, and women are the
driving force. Women played lead role achieving peace Liberia, and they continue lead re-building efforts both countries, alongside men who are actively supporting
womens leadership roles. Still, there much more Women are managing their
families, farming the land, running small businesses, holding political offices. They are
determined the positive change they want see their world.
Inspired them throughout our journey last week, made series key
commitments, particularly focusing how technology can enable women and girls
better access information, education, employment and entrepreneurship opportunities. Liberia, the Women Tech Del has committed explore piloting center that will
train and connect youth, specifically girls, micro-work via the internet. For female
micro-entrepreneurs, will work with the mobile phone industry try expand the
number female retailers cell phone products, such pre-paid airtime. Sierra Leone, the delegation met with dynamic group female entrepreneurs who
own small-to-medium enterprises. will work with this group explore starting
business incubation center that will help them connect each other for networking,
support and sharing best business practices help drive economic opportunities for
women. Training using technology, key business tool will part the center
design. both countries, will explore SMS and voice-based information services for health
and civic engagement, well share best practices how mobile phones can used help incentivize increased literacy. appropriate, will also contribute efforts
already underway develop enabling regulatory and market environment expand
access the internet and mobile phones for the people Liberia and Sierra Leone;
today, the internet out reach for most small and medium sized businesses with rates USD$3500 $7000 per month, and though mobile phones are more readily available,
women Liberia 43% less likely own mobile phone, 44% less likely Sierra
Leone.
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179338 Date: 11/01/2017
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179338 Date: 11/01/2017
Technology not silver bullet solve the development challenges witnessed
Liberia and Sierra Leone, but can enable change. For the women and girls both
countries, technology growing higher beyond the physical constraints day-today life and offering small stepladder increased opportunities, and are all
committed help catalyze that change. You too can get involved signing the
mWomen Charter, Women Deserve the Freedom Connect. U.S. Department State Womens Technology Delegation Liberia and Sierra Leone
includes:
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Dr. Anne Marie Slaughter, Womens Tech Del Chair, Princeton University,
Professor and Former U.S. Department State Director Policy Planning 200911, @sIaughteram
Francoise Brougher, Vice President Global Advertising and Product
Operations, Google
Shannon Cazeau, Deputy Director for Office Economic Policy for Bureau
African Affairs, U.S. Department State
Ann Mei Chang, Senior Engineer Director for Emerging Markets, Google,
@annmei
Trina DasGupta, mWomen Program Director, GSMA, @TrinaO
Katie Dowd, Senior Advisor for Innovation, U.S. Department State,
@katiewdowd
Leila Chirayath Janah, CEO Founder, Samasource, @leila
Henriette Kolb, CEO, Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, @CherieBlairFndn
Marisa McAuliffe, Chief Staff for Policy Planning, U.S. Department State,
@MarisaMcA
Susan McCue, CEO, Message Global, LLC, @susanmccue
Maria Thomas, Former CEO, Etsy, Inc. @pesmou
Jessica Verrilli, Corporate Development Strategic Initiatives, Twitter,
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179338 Date: 11/01/2017
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06179348 Date: 11/01/2017
From:
Huma Abedin
[RELEASE PART 8S[
Sent:
6/30/2011 2:33:04 +00:00
To:
H
Subject:
Re: did say that.
----- Original Message ----From:
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 201110:26
To: Huma Abedin bject: Re: will for the 4th.
----- Original Message ----From: Huma Abedin
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 201110:22
To:
Subject:
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[in vilnius. Either civil society dialogue meet and greet tomorrow. Hes there doing business.
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NEAR
DUPLICATE
From:
Huma Abedin
RELEASE PART
81,1.4(8),1.4(D), 85,
Sent:
6/28/201
110:48:11 +00:00
To:
H; IvalmorC
Subject:
Re: Schedule
Classified DAS, AlGIS, DoS 02-13-2016 Class:
CONFIDENTIAL ... Reason: 1.4(8),1.4(D) Declassify on: 06-27-2026
----- Original Message ----From:
Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2011 06:47
To: Ivalmorol