The findings of the investigative report by Abbottabad commission probing the May 2 US raid were different from the report given by US authorities, reported BBC Urdu on Thursday.
Recent convictions in the UK and US have resulted in counter-terrorism policies having taken an ideological turn. With the implementation of Prevent strategies on both sides of the Atlantic, we are witnessing cases being prosecuted where it is no longer activities or plots that are being prosecuted, but ideas. Cageprisoners hosts an event to discuss these developments and to try and understand how Muslim communities can respond to the new ways in which they are being criminalised.
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David Cameron has said he wants to review how extradition arrangements are working between the UK and US in the light of recent controversial cases.
Ever since its creation, the US has had a role to play in combat operations worldwide.
The American soldier accused of shooting 16 Afghan villagers in a pre-dawn killing spree was flown out of Afghanistan on Wednesday to an undisclosed location, even as many Afghans called for him to face justice in their country.
AT least two of the suspects in the 9/11 terror attacks have been on hunger strikes at the Guantanamo Bay detention camps since January, FOX News has learned.
United States Attorney General Eric Holder recently explained how the president can order the assassination of his own citizens abroad. But did his rationalization justify executions within the US? Apparently, the FBI wouldn’t exclude it.
The European Court of Human Rights is not "interfering" with the justice system in the UK, its president says.
Sources say FBI stayed out of state-prosecuted case because agents felt Pimentel may have been a victim of entrapment
LOS ANGELES — A terrorist who plotted to blow up Los Angeles International Airport on the eve of the millennium, now halfway through his 22-year sentence, will have to serve longer after an appeals court ruled Monday that the original punishment did not fit a crime that a judge said could have rivaled Sept. 11.
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