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classified information

Official information that has been determined to require, in the interests of national security, protection against unauthorized disclosure and which has been so designated.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The bench reserved its decision on the point whether the NAB was bound to supply classified document to an accused and extended bail of Hamza till May 27.
However, NAB excused itself from the giving the report, saying it was a 'classified document'.
After all, Carlos said, a spot report was a classified document compared to the police blotter which was open to the public.
In what is being called the biggest case of classified document mishandling in U.S.
According to classified document of CDA received, the civic agency has allotted plot measuring 27394 square feet worth Rs 1.660 billion to NLC and PGC for the construction of 3-star hotel on Murree road Islamabad.
(TAP) - Congress on Friday released the "28 pages," a previously classified document that examined possible connections between the Saudi government and the Sept.
The new revelations, based on a classified document provided by intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, come amid fury from German Chancellor Angela Merkel whose communications were allegedly targeted.
He further called on parliament to form an ad hoc committee to make public the classified document.
The plan, which specifies what the Navy wants to buy to be able to execute its maritime strategy and concept of operations, is a classified document. In response to frequent complaints from industry, the Navy is considering releasing an unclassified version, Etnyre told an Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association conference.
It could have devised a compromise to allow DeFazio and other members of the Committee on Homeland Security to review the classified document in a setting even more secure than the "bubbleroom" in which members of Congress with the required security clearance typically are allowed to view classified documents.
Other considerations include stating in the request that the information being sought is not exempt under disclosure laws, is not a classified document, is not a protected internal communication, is not protected by "privacy" and is not a "protected investigative record" within the meaning of the FOIA.

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