Especially the documents that were written by the witness. Madam Court Officer, the first exhibit is MFI-411.
It's been drawn to my attention that the next Defence exhibit number was not 412, but rather 411. So I am going to change the generic number of the last three exhibits from D-412A, B and C respectively. That is the "La Mathaba Mondiale" and associated exhibits. They are now D-411A, B and C.
Now, for the Prosecution exhibits, the document that is a list indicated by the witness of countries that he has been to up to March 2006, that is now admitted as exhibit P-499.
The list of SOFA forces in Liberia as written by the witness is now exhibit P-500.
The report from WVS, that is the witness and victims services, it's a memorandum stated 10 March 2010 consisting of one page is respect of witness DCT-125 - it doesn't consist of one page. This document previously marked as MFI-413 consists of a memorandum that is one page and then two other pages of an International Civil Service Commission DSA circular for February 2010 and another circular for March 2010. That's a total of five pages is collectively admitted as exhibit P-501.
The next is a letter signed by the - addressed to the Special Court for Sierra Leone signed by witness DCT-125 in its unredacted form, together with its redacted form, are admitted collectively as exhibit P-502 and they will be marked confidential.
Now, the next was MFI-415. This is a copy of The Green Book, part 3 entitled "The Social Basis of the Third Universal Theory" comprising the cover page and pages 12, 13 and 14. That will now be admitted as exhibit P-503.
The next exhibit which was MFI-416 is The Green Book, part 1, the title is "The Solution to the Problem of Democracy, The Authority of the People" comprising of a cover page and pages 1 and 14 will now be admitted as exhibit P-504.
Now, the next exhibit comprising a number of newspaper articles, there are actually I think three newspaper articles. You have the BBC News article "Profile: The Lion of Panjshir", September 10, 2001, comprising two pages. That will be exhibit P-505A. A second article is from the Afghan web online, that comprises two pages. This is not properly described. This is an article entitled "Ahmad Shah Massoud" comprising two pages, that will be exhibit P-505B.
The third article is from the New York Times entitled "After Effects, Briefly Noted Afghan Panel to Investigate Massoud's Death" comprising one page and dated 29 April 2003, that will be now admitted as P-505C.
Then the article from LexisNexis entitled, "A Friendship Dies in a Bloody Coup, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso", dated October 26, 1987, it's comprising three pages, that is now admitted as exhibit P-506.
An article from the Human Rights Quarterly by Frans Viljoen, dated - it's not dated, but I think it's volume 27 of 2005. The title is "The Special Rapporteur on Prisons and Conditions of Detention in Africa, Achievements and Possibilities", that article comprises the cover page and pages 165 and 166, that is now admitted as exhibit P-507.
A document entitled "The US Department of State, Diplomacy in Action, The Gambia, Country Reports on Human Rights Practices, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labour 2000", this is dated 23 February 2001, and it has 13 pages from pages 1 to 13, that is now exhibit P-508.
There are two articles that follow now. One is an article from LexisNexis entitled "Gambia Rebels Call on Senegal to Move Troops", Dakar, Senegal dated August 1, 1981, comprising two pages, pages 1 and 2, that is now exhibit P-509A.
Another article from the Boston Globe newspaper entitled "Gambia Rebels Demand Pull-Out by Senegalese in Dakar, Senegal" dated August 1, 1981 also comprising two pages is now exhibit P-509B.
Another article from the Boston Globe entitled "Claim and Counterclaim in Gambia Fighting" dated 2 August 1981 comprising two pages will be exhibit P-509C.
Now, the next document, which was formerly MFI-422 now comprising - it's a documented called "The Gambia: Studies in Society and Politics" by Arnold Hughes now comprising pages - the front page - two front pages, then pages 92, 98, 99, 100 and 103, those pages together are now exhibit P-510.
The BBC news article entitled "The IRA's Store of Weaponry" dated 14 August 2001, this is a BBC news web, is now admitted as exhibit P-511.
And lastly, a copy of the New York Times, an article entitled "Havel says his predecessors sent Libya explosives", 23 March 1990 comprising two pages, that is now admitted as exhibit P-512.