CAGE - a group formed by former Guantanamo Bay detainees which claims to be a human rights organisation - has stepped back from a clear opportunity to disown comments made by their research director earlier this year,...
More than 100 detainees remain at the offshore prison, nearly half of whom have been cleared for release
"These site surveys are necessary to determine potential locations for detaining a limited number of individuals in the United States and to assess the costs associated with doing so. Prudent planning and site visits are necessary in order to asses
The contravention of the president's orders indicates that there is a profound problem with the state of democracy in America
Continuing Indefinite Detention Isn't Closing Guantánamo.
After the United States has been in Afghanistan for 14 years, 91,000 Afghans have been killed and 26,000 wounded
After the 9/11 attacks, the US government was willing to do anything to catch the perpetrators.
Ba Odah has been held at the notorious prison for more than 13 years, despite being cleared for release by top national security agencies
The statement that Israel has the right to defend itself against Palestine is similar to the statement that if, say, the US annexed, occupied, and started building illegal settlements in Cuba (the parts the US isn't already illegally occupying and
Child Soldier released from jail by Canadian court
Omar Khadr thanked the courts for releasing him and his lawyers for working for years on his behalf.
An appeals court on Wednesday struck down the terrorism conviction of Australian David Hicks, reversing one of the few successful prosecutions of a prisoner before a U.S. military court at the Navy base at Guantanamo Bay.
An extraordinary account of rendition, captivity and torture reveals the radicalization of the US military-intellectual complex
The 9/11 trial judge abruptly recessed the first hearing in the case since August on Monday after some of the alleged Sept. 11 plotters said they recognized a war court linguist as a former secret CIA prison worker.
Cuba President Raul Castro Wednesday addressed Latin American leaders and revealed relations with the U.S. have not normalized despite developments to renew diplomatic relations.
And NPR Is Not Reporting the News on Cuba Much Differently than the Corporate Media
Did Gitmo "Suicides" Cover Up Murder? U.S. Sgt. Speaks Out on Deaths & Prison's Secret CIA Site.
History will judge America harshly if we do not.
Insists Congress Getting in the Way
More than 13 years ago, as the US government struggled to figure out what to do with hundreds of "suspected terrorists" it either captured or acquired in exchange for bounties, someone in the Bush administration floated the idea of shipping them to t
Officials Give No Reason for Last Minute Cancellation
Five prisoners have been released from Guantanamo Bay as part of a renewed effort to close the detention center at the U.S. Navy base in Cuba, officials said Thursday.
Though heavily redacted and filled with euphemisms, new document should shake public conscience
Two weeks ago, medical personnel at Guantanamo Bay told VICE News that hunger-striking detainees are fed no differently than American patients in US hospitals who require feeding tubes.
The Miami Herald reports that a nurse who recently refused to participate in force feeding of Guantanamo detainees involved in a hunger strike will not face a court martial.
Justification of Secrecy Is Itself Secret
A private $10 million cash ransom deal was in the works before the five Gitmo prisoners were handed over.
A military judge isn't backing down from his order to the U.S. government to give defense lawyers details of the accused USS Cole bomber's odyssey through the CIA's secret prisons, but may let prosecutors shield the identities of some agents, accordi