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The recidivism rate of former Guantanamo prisoners is really low and falling Guantanamo Bay continues to release a trickle of detainees very few of whom return to the battlefield.
Moazzam Begg, 45, will appear at Westminster Magistrate's Court on suspicion of training terrorists A former Guantanamo Bay prisoner was today remanded in custody after being charged with funding terrorists fighting in Syria.
Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp and prisoner torture around the globe. A large number of overseas surveillance projects conducted by the U.S. violated other countries' sovereignty and the civil rights of their people. State heads and other leaders,
Holzworth A federal appeals court in Washington, DC recently ruled that Guantanamo detainees could bring legal challenges to their conditions of confinement. The court's decision in centres on an attempt by three detainees engaged in a hunger strike
17 Birmingham: British police arrested former Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg and three other people on Tuesday in the latest in a string of detentions linked to suspected terror offences relating to Syria. Begg, who spent three years in the
The only good memory I have from Guantanamo is that I learnt the Koran and writing and also got a different experience," says Haji Ghalib. "I memorised the Koran there and learnt many new prayers that now I recite regularly," says Izatullah Nasratyar.
Moazzam Begg, from Hall Green in Birmingham, is "suspected of attending a terrorist training camp and facilitating terrorism overseas," a statement from West Midlands Police said. The three other suspects -- a man, 36, a woman, 44, and her son, 20,
A military judge held a secret war court session Saturday on defense lawyers' efforts to uncover evidence of what the CIA did to the alleged USS Cole bomber across years in the agency's clandestine overseas prison network. Both the public and the
A Guantanamo Bay prisoner is facing war crimes charges for allegedly helping plan the suicide bombing of an oil tanker off Yemen in 2002 that killed a crewman and wounded a dozen others. Ahmed al-Darbi of Saudi Arabia is being arraigned before a U.S.
Former Guantanamo prisoner Omar Khadr is happy with his new surroundings -- having recently moved out of maximum security incarceration in Edmonton to a medium security facility in Innisfail. Lawyer John Phillips, a member of Khadr's counsel, said