Two brothers from Cherry Hill, imprisoned since 2007 for their role in a planned terror attack at Fort Dix, want a new trial.
The case of the last UK resident held in Guantanamo Bay has been raised by Prime Minister David Cameron in talks with US President Barack Obama.
A nation continues to wait for final word on the Supreme Court's Big Four cases this term —
A federal appeals court judge Tuesday called on to consider a different approach to the handling of legal cases of prisoners.
The US army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 in a 2009 shooting spree at a Texas base will not be granted any more trial delays after electing to represent himself, a judge ruled Tuesday.
A Washington lawyer is set to become the diplomatic envoy charged with overseeing the closure of the US military-run prison at Guantanamo Bay.
Members of Jordan Parliament have ratified a deal with the UK government based on which the two countries agreed to extradite suspects wanted by Amman, local media reported.
The Obama administration Monday lifted a veil of secrecy surrounding the status of the detainees at Guantánamo, for the first time publicly naming the four dozen captives it defined as indefinite detainees — men too dangerous to transfer but who cannot be tried in a court of law.
American lawyer David Remes has taken on the cases of 13 Yemeni prisoners in Guantanamo who have been held there for over a decade, many without any charges brought against them.
n news that has reached me exclusively via John Walls, an attorney at law in the town of Prinsenbeek, in the Netherlands, it transpires that a former Guantánamo prisoner, Shamil Khaziev, a Russian citizen, is imprisoned in Amsterdam, as the Dutch authorities try to strip him of his right to remain in the Netherlands.
A new round of pretrial hearings in the military commission case against five men accused of planning the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks opened Monday at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, two months after a military judge ordered a delay in proceedings because of defense concerns about the security of their communications.
Two days after the horrific attacks of September 11, 2001, I was sitting in front of my institute's office around the corner from the White House.
When the war court reconvenes this week, pre-trial hearings in the case of an alleged al-Qaida bomber will be tackling a government motion that’s so secret the public can’t know its name.
On May 13, I was privileged to be invited to a London preview of “Dirty Wars,” the new documentary film, directed by Richard Rowley and focusing on the journalist Jeremy Scahill’s investigations into America’s global “war on terrorism” — not historically, but right here, right now under President Obama.
The NSA whistleblower's battle against US surveillance fits into a modernist reading of jihad as a fight for betterment.
Teaching Poetry to Prisoners – with Talha Ahsan’s Poetry Tutor Pat Winslow & Mike Marqusee
Response to the government report: "Tackling extremism in the UK"
Extradition and Guantanamos at home : Injustice & Talha Ahsan
Forgotten Women of the "war on terror"
More Syria-related police raids but no evidence of threat to UK
The prevent strategy: a cradle to grave police-state
Julian Assange: 'it's not just the Muslims'
CAGE releases new report on government counter-terorrism excesses
CAGE letter published in Evening Standard newspaper
Citizenship: a right or a privilege?
One after the other: Niqab, segregation and now the cartoon controversy