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339 ألف دولار تكلفة رحلات مكوكية بين السجون السرية لنقل قيادي «الجماعة الإسلامية» في إندونيسيا

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This August, the detainees being held in Guantanamo Bay without charge or trial will be spending their tenth Ramadan away from their families. Despite the promises that Guantanamo will be closed by Barack Obama, the prison camps remain open and the cost to human life increases on a daily basis. Join Cageprisoners for an evening where we seek to understand the impact of a decade on the lives of these men.

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This August, the detainees being held in Guantanamo Bay without charge or trial will be spending their tenth Ramadan away from their families. Despite the promises that Guantanamo will be closed by Barack Obama, the prison camps remain open and the cost to human life increases on a daily basis. Join Cageprisoners for an evening where we seek to understand the impact of a decade on the lives of these men.

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Andy Worthington on significant political prisoners in Syria, including prominent human rights activists detained in the last two weeks.

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Andy Worthington on attempts to hold the US accountable for rendition and torture in Africa, via a prison in Djibouti.

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Andy Worthington on what lies behind the plea deal of Guantanamo prisoner Noor Uthman Muhammed in his Military Commission trial.

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Cageprisoners' Patron Victoria Brittain reports on compelling new evidence in the case of Aafia Siddiqui.

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Andy Worthington on Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani's life sentence, and why it should lead to further Guantanamo trials in federal court.

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With each rendition flight, Ghul was subjected to the standard CIA practice of sensory deprivation which included having goggles placed on top of cotton wool on his eyes, a hood over his head and earphones while having his arms and legs chained together.

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Friday, 29 October 2010 15:07

Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi

Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi's case is perhaps the most notorious and controversially stark example of what happens when the use of torture is justified by the state. Following 'Operation Enduring Freedom' only a handful of alleged Al-Qaeda members were not sent to Guantanamo and became 'disappeared'. Al-Libi was one of them.
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Friday, 29 October 2010 14:56

Abu Mus'ab al-Suri

Mustafa Sitt Mariam Nasar, commonly known to most as Abu Mus’ab al-Suri, is a Syrian of Spanish nationality that is being held as a secret prisoner in Syria.

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Andy Worthington asks why evidence of torture in secret CIA prisons was excluded from a recent habeas corpus petition.

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The first civilian trial of a former Guantanamo Bay detainee is set to begin in a New York courtroom on Wednesday.
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Friday, 01 October 2010 14:47

Outsourcing the Dirty War in Afghanistan

A big revelation from Bob Woodward's new book Obama's Wars is that the CIA maintains a 3000-strong Afghan paramilitary force that conducts cross-border operations into Pakistan. Though news to the U.S. public, these abusive paramilitary forces are unfortunately far too well known to many Afghan civilians.

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As Colonel Gaddafi marks 41 years in power, Andy Worthington reports on the release of a former Guantanamo prisoner and three former CIA "ghost prisoners," but notes that others are still held.

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The US COIN program has its origins in the decades long US interventions - secretive and not so - in its own southern hemisphere. And the war in Afghanistan (and in Iraq) takes on the same state terror versus insurgent terror attributes of that long era of violence, notes Pablo Behrens.
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US officials have confirmed the existence of videotapes of the 2002 interrogation of an alleged 9/11 plotter, reportedly at a secret prison.
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Andy Worthington asks: Could war crimes charges in Poland trigger full exposure of the CIA's secret prison programme?

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