The Senate and House Armed Services committees have reached a deal that would, for the first time, loosen restrictions that impede the Pentagon's ability to transfer Guantanamo detainees to foreign countries, making it slightly easier for the Obama administration to pursue the president's longstanding goal of closing the detention facilities.
The key appellate court that’s incited a Senate-confirmation clash confronted on Monday touchy questions about searches of detainees at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo Bay.
Here at “Close Guantánamo,” we are disappointed to hear that Djamel Ameziane and Belkacem Bensayah, two Algerian prisoners at Guantánamo — amongst 84 men who have long been cleared for release — were repatriated last week.
Dennis Edney is the lawyer of Omar Khadr, a Canadian citizen and one of Guantanamo's youngest prisoners.
The U.S. military is retracting a claim made to “60 Minutes” that Guantánamo guards suffer nearly twice as much Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder as combat troops.
NSA and GCHQ collect gamers' chats and deploy real-life agents into World of Warcraft and Second Life
A political analyst says the closure of the notorious US-run Guantanamo Bay Prison lies within the authority of Cuba.
Abu Zubaydah's diaries put a human face on the enemy — something Americans are not accustomed to doing
The Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) Tribunal hearing the case of Dr Shakil Afridi said on Monday that it would announce the verdict on the case on December 18.
A warning to social-media users not to comment on ongoing legal issues, until after they have been to court and a verdict has been reached, was issued on the morning of December 4, 2013 through the United Kingdom government’s main media tool and sycophant, the BBC, by Attorney General Dominic Grieve.
Interview with Clive Stafford-Smith (Reprieve, London) & Dr David Nicholl (Consultant Neurologist & human rights activist, Birmingham)
Fears over health of last British resident in US camp have been raised as he takes part in a new hunger strike
Babar Ahmad and Syed Talha Ahsan are accused of running a network of websites that provided material support for terrorists
Dr. Bruce Jessen’s handwritten notes describe some of the torture techniques that were used to “exploit” ”war on terror” detainees in custody of the CIA and Department of Defense.
Extradition and Guantanamos at home : Injustice & Talha Ahsan
Forgotten Women of the "war on terror"
Question Time - The Arab spring: beyond the confusion
March and rally for Shaker Aamer
New job vacancy at CagePrisoners
CagePrisoners tours South Africa
Preventing terrorism or recreating Islam?
Documentary: The Judgment
Rest in Power, Mandela
Blacklisted for being Muslim: On Quilliam, the EDL and the Islamophobia industry
Al-Qaeda? they don't know the ABC of it!