An attorney who represented prisoners detained at Guantanamo Bay was found dead last week in what sources said was a suicide.
The closure of the Guantanamo Bay detention centre was a top priority for Barack Obama during his first term as the US president, but since he began his second term, Obama has barely spoken of Guantanamo.
BRITISH intelligence services were complicit in the torture of a South London dad, MPs claimed this week.
Lawyer who drafted White House drone policy says US would rather kill suspects than send them to Cuban detention centre
Twice a day at the military detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, guards take a number of detainees from their cells, one at a time, to a camp clinic or a private room on their block.
FORMER Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks will appeal against his conviction for supporting terrorism next month, his lawyer says.
The U.S. military has confirmed that at least 40 "medical personnel" have arrived at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility in order to expand a force-feeding operation designed to counter an ongoing hunger strike by more than 100 prisoners protesting their indefinite detention and ill treatment.
US President Barack Obama has pledged a new push to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, amid a growing prisoner hunger strike there.
Saudi Arabian security services snatched a West Australian man in a raid on the hideout of an alleged extremist group planning to wage war in Afghanistan – beginning an 18-month ordeal inside a maximum security Riyadh prison
THREE British Islamic extremists, including a Muslim convert originally from Dorset, have been jailed for terrorism.
On Friday, I received an alarming message from inside Guantánamo, from a reliable source who described the impact of the prison-wide hunger strike, now nearing the three-month mark,...
UK citizens can now be stripped of their passports for “actual or suspected” activities declared to be “contrary to the public interest” without a legal procedure, Conservative Home Secretary Theresa May has announced.
President says 'I don't want these individuals to die' as medical team arrives in Cuba to keep striking protesters alive
At the risk of committing sociology, if not history, some thoughts on an issue that has vanished almost completely from public sight: Canada’s unresolved detainee dilemma and the Harper government’s policy on torture.
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Terrorism is the vilest crime because it robs people not only of their lives, but also of their safety and freedom.
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