The axiom that political officials abuse their power and lie to the public when operating in the dark is proven yet again
Restrictions on a terror suspect who is studying at a London university should be relaxed, the High Court has ruled.
A prisoner, who has been held in detention for eleven years without charge or trial, has told an attorney that the prison authorities are trying to “break Muslims."
More than 100,000 people have now signed an official online petition urging the Government to demand the immediate release of Shaker Aamer, the last British detainee in Guantanamo Bay.
(Reuters) - Pretrial hearings in the Guantanamo war crimes tribunals have been delayed to address the mysterious disappearance of defense legal documents from Pentagon computers, military officials said on Thursday.
The ongoing hunger strike at Guantánamo is now in its third month, and shows no sign of coming to an end.
Lawyers describe prisoners' dramatic weight loss as guardsattempt to end the protest through force-feeding and isolation
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- An accused terrorist with Alabama ties has announced he'll plead guilty to federal charges.
Another detainee stuck in limbo in Guantanamo Bay for over a decade has tried to kill himself in solitary confinement, after being on a desperate hunger strike for 43 days, his lawyer told US media.
In a small room, in the home in south London where Syed Talha Ahsan grew up, just a few plastic bags containing his belongings remain in the UK.
Official speeches are crafted to give the impression that we're mostly targeting al-Qaeda members. We're not.
FORT MEADE, Md. -- An Army private who sent reams of U.S. secrets to the WikiLeaks website is returning to a military courtroom at Fort Meade.
Two men from Birmingham have pleaded guilty to being part of a terrorist cell whose leaders were planning a suicide bomb attack in the UK.
MIAMI -- A trial date is still uncertain in the case of two Pakistani-born brothers accused in Florida of plotting to detonate explosives in New York City.
On March 28, 2013, lawyers for Musa’ab al-Madhwani, a Yemeni prisoner at Guantánamo, and a victim of torture at a “black site” in Afghanistan in 2002, prior to his arrival at the prison, submittedan emergency motion to US District Court Judge Thomas F. Hogan, in which they reported what al-Madhwani, held for the last ten and a half years, had told them in a phone call on March 25.
The U.S. government has begun notifying lawyers of Guantanamo Bay prisoners if the men they represent are being force-fed to prevent them from starving to death in a hunger strike that has dragged on for more than two months, though its extent remains in dispute.
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