Force-feeding of Guantanamo Bay detainees confronted federal judges Friday with complicated questions including how far judicial review can stretch for hunger strikers.
On tonight's broadcast of NewsHour Weekend, we look at the story of six former prisoners from Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
Guantanamo guards were conducting regular night raids on inmates’ cells, putting prisoners in solitary confinement and manipulating temperature in the cells to force an end to the months’ long hunger strike in the camp, detainees claim.
Four men are being questioned over an alleged terror plot after they were arrested in a series of raids by armed police officers across London.
A Frenchman believed to have had links to a German al-Qaeda cell behind the 11 September attacks on the US has been remanded in custody in Paris.
In March 2013, reports of a hunger strike at Guantánamo Bay, the US detention camp in Cuba, began to surface.
Based on original documents, “Five Years” is the true story of the German Turk Murat Kurnaz, an innocent man interned in Guantánamo, one of the most feared and notorious prisons in the world, where the struggle for physical and mental survival demands nearly superhuman efforts.
On Saturday 5th October, family and friends of Talha Ahsan held a vigil outside parliament to mark one year since his extradition to the US, after spending six years in a high security prison in the UK.
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