Karzai in Taliban suspects review
Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai has ordered a review of the cases of all Taliban suspects being held in Afghan jails and said those being detained on doubtful evidence must be released.
President Karzai's decree was his first official response to a national conference last week on ways to end his country's nearly nine-year-old insurgency.
The conference recommended that all militant suspects being held in Afghan jails and who are in US military custody be released if allegations against them are unsubstantiated.
Karzai ordered a delegation of justice ministry and judicial officials to identify prisoners "who are in jails with not enough evidence" and to arrange for their release.