A cable from US state department to US embassy in Budapest requesting biographical data on "noteworthy Hungarians" with a list on what this data should/could entail (incl credit card numbers). Also a priority list for further collection of data. Link:

Same type of request from same sender as above pertaining to: Slovenia, Romania and Bulgaria linked in in respective order:

A cable from the US embassy in Amman on women not being able to pass their Jordanian citizenship on to their children or spouses. In the commentary it is suggested that the law changing this situation cannot be passed because of national security issues. It also, in so many words, questions the power of the royal family. Link:

The below cable from the Secretary of State lists the continued need to collect biographical information about the United Nations:

Secretary of State requests demographics and other collecting needs from Slovenia, such as understanding the philosophies and motives of EU leadership's strategies, objectives, and efforts in the EU, as well as public attitudes toward minorities.

Secretary of State request for demographics linked to Romania: office and organizational titles; names, position titles and other information on business cards; numbers of telephones, cell phones, pagers and faxes; compendia of contact information, such as telephone directories (in compact disc or electronic format if available) and e-mail listings; internet and intranet “handles”, internet e-mail addresses, web site identification-URLs; credit card account numbers; frequent flyer account numbers; work schedules, and other relevant biographical information.

The information from the Cairo Embassy tells of how the Somali and Ethiopian refugees in Egypt feel neglected because of lack of resources and in turn, many decide to migrate to Israel and Europe with a risk to their lives.

The Embassy Stockholm wrote about U.S. engagement programs with Muslim communities in Sweden, many of whom are refugees, as well as an overview of these communities in the country:

AP article about Iraq refugees in U.S. being watched by U.S. government for possible links to terrorist group:

Embassy Paris says the city's "ghetto-like" areas of its major cities have as much as 50 percent unemployment, blaming discrimination, and even the most highly educated immigrants have difficulties finding jobs, and of how the immigrants from Northern Africa that came to help rebuild the country after WWII were treated as temporary residents and expected to return to their home country:

The US embassy in Paris on creating a Minority Engagement Strategy to encompass, amongst others, the french muslims. Link:

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