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Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP Senate Judiciary Committee member, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calf., right, accompanied by committee chairman Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., gestures during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 10,
Cuba (AP) — Some prisoners at Guantanamo Bay will soon have a new, larger soccer field to help keep them occupied during their indefinite detention. The U.S. military has nearly completed a new recreation yard in Camp 6, the camp
one of only three Japanese-American neighborhoods to have survived the World War II internment -- a crowd of more than 400 gathered Sunday evening at the Buddhist Church Betsuin to commemorate that sad chapter in American history.
Detention law nullifies rights Posted February 9, 2012 at 3 a.m...Indefinite Detention Act" was signed into law by President Obama on Dec...Military to seize and incarcerate U.S. citizens without warrant, due process or trial and gives the President
While most Americans were drunk and partying on New Year's Eve, the President of the US signed NDAA, or the National Defense Authorization Act. Like all other law or bills, it is named with a positive spin (ala the "Patriot Act"), but like the
The bill, which was sponsored by Senators Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.), had bipartisan support, passing in the Senate by 86 to 13 with one abstaining. The vote reflected the determination of Congress to confirm the president's
Not even a month after President Barack Obama signed his name to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, the US government is already using the legislation to justify its ongoing detainment of a prisoner at Guantanamo Bay. Musa'
Navi Pillay is the chief of Human Rights for the UN. She criticized Obama for not following through on his promise to close Guantanamo three years ago. In a statement Pillay said: “It is ten years since the US
The Kuwaiti youth, who has just turned 18, was granted refugee status last year...Advertisement: Story continues below The youth, who arrived in Australia in late 2010, remains in indefinite detention. He has spent time at Christmas Island, Melbourne
Compounds Extradition Fears of WikiLeaks' Assange Rolling Stone journalist Michael Hastings was with WikiLeaks founder and Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange when the pre-trial military hearing for accused Army whistleblower Private Bradley Manning was