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Bush soon after September 11, 2001. In his crusade, a word he used publicly before he thought better of it (This crusade, he said , this war on terrorism), the history of kidnappings and renditions, torture and abuse, imprisonment without charges or
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My name is Mo, short for Mohammed,/ I'm a second-generation immigrant cliche: Twenty-eight, disenfranchised, well educated./ My mother is white, but I'm all Paki./ My father owns a corner shop where I work,/ And I owe my allegiance to global Umma./
30 The latest episode of The World Tomorrow takes us to the very heart of America's War on Terror: Guantanamo Bay. Julian Assange sat down with a former Gitmo prisoner and a rights campaigner fighting for those still trapped behind the wire.
A former Iraqi detainee told a War Crimes Tribunal that he was tortured in Baghdad during questioning by American troops, who had demanded names of terrorists in his neighbourhood during the invasion to oust strongman Saddam Hussein in August 2005.
He now lives in London, and has never been prosecuted. (CNN) -- When he dreams, the prisoner is back in the dark at Guantanamo...In this nightmare, the one he endures repeatedly, he sings to himself, repeats lines from the Quran, rocks and murmurs...
It is a transfer that points to significant change in the Bundesliga...Suggested Topics A former Guantanamo Bay detainee today described being stripped, punched, humiliated, held at gunpoint and forced to watch two people being beaten to death while
Campaigners are fighting for the release of Briton Shaker Aamer from Guantanamo Bay, above, where he has been held for 10 years. Photograph: John Moore/Getty The last British resident being held in Guantanamo Bay faces at least another year in
In view of the Iranian government's condemnation of the storming of the British embassy by protesters and its call on the Iranian judiciary to identify and prosecute all those responsible, we find the hasty reaction of the UK government in cutting
Defense Department official has warned against legislation that would curb a president's ability to decide how terrorism suspects would be tried. In a speech to the conservative Heritage Foundation Tuesday, Pentagon general council Jeh Johnson said