RALEIGH -- A North Carolina courtroom is the scene of a murder-for-hire trial for a man already sentenced to spend decades in prison for being part of a homegrown terrorist plot to attack a U.S. Marine Corps base and targets overseas.
A pair of Iraqi nationals who pleaded guilty to conspiring to send weapons, cash and explosives to al-Qaida in Iraq will be sentenced together in January.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) usually gets all the credit for the first US drone targeted killing beyond the conventional battlefield.
At the beginning of 2012 the deputy prime minister Nick Clegg stated that the government ‘completely condemns torture and inhumane treatment’ and that ‘we never support it or ask other people to do it on our behalf.’
The Obama Administration filed a series of appeals Friday night, seeking to overturn a federal judge's order that blocked the military from unilaterally establishing rules for lawyers who represent prisoners at Guantanamo Bay.
Head of directorate to which MoD wants to transfer prisoners is alleged to have been involved in torture, court hears
The family members of a Pakistani national being held by the Americans at Bagram airbase in Afghanistan since 2004, have asked the PPP government to seek his release from the Karzai government, since the Americans have already handed over control of the controversial prison to the Afghan authorities on September 10, 2012.
Drones or their equivalent have long attracted political and military leaders dreaming of the surgical removal of their enemies.
Reuters) - Lawyers for a Guantanamo prisoner accused of masterminding the deadly attack on the USS Cole asked on Wednesday for government records about a U.S. drone strike that killed another man identified as the mastermind of the attack.
America uses drones a lot, in secret and largely unencumbered by declared rules. Worries about that abound, not least in the administration
Ever since President George W. Bush decided to illegally detain prisoners taken on the battlefield in Afghanistan and accused of terrorism, right-wingers have launched periodic attacks on the handful of lawyers willing to give those prisoners the minimal representation they are allowed.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The Pentagon is being urged to allow television broadcasts of the trial of five prisoners at Guantanamo who are charged in the Sept. 11 attacks on the U.S.
RALEIGH, N.C. — Two people pleaded guilty Thursday to federal charges that they plotted to behead witnesses from a terrorism trial involving several Triangle men.
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Retired British businessman extradited to the US pleads guilty in Texas court after bargain with prosecutors
A UK supreme court ruling on the unlawful detention of Yunus Rahmatullah exposes the complicity of Britain with the US
A 26-year-old Ashland man who planned to crash explosive-laden model airplanes into federal buildings and rigged cellphones to detonate improvised explosive devices to kill American troops was sentenced this morning in US District Court to 17 years in prison, the terms of a plea agreement he made with prosecutors to avoid a much lengthier prison sentence.
The viewing gallery for the military commission’s courtroom at Guantánamo Bay is behind a thick pane of clear, soundproof glass.
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