Home World News Share the joy THE accused, Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, a diminutive, clean-shaven Saudi aged 52, looks innocuous as he shuffles into court between two burly guards, a blue-gloved hand on each of his shoulders. News EasyBranches.com, 4 days ago
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The Obama administration is resisting a federal judge's order for a copy of the Senate "Torture Report," saying the damning Senate study of the CIA's secret post-9/11 prison network is not the government's to give the court. Judge Royce Lamberth ...Arca Max, 2 days ago Justice Dept. balks at judge's order to send Torture Report to court for safekeeping Stars and Stripes, 2 days ago Justice Department balks at securing CIA Torture Report at federal court Miami Herald, 2 days ago
Here is a guide to the location and source of capture of the last 55 captives of Guantánamo culled from a series of sources including leaked prison profiles and other U.S. military documents, court records, intelligence estimates compiled for the ...Miami Herald, 5 days ago
A military judge ordered the Department of Defense on Tuesday to preserve its copy of the CIA Torture Report, but left undecided whether attorneys for the men accused of orchestrating the 9/11 terror attacks will be allowed to read it. Three ...Miami Herald, 6 days ago CIA Torture Report, Which Reveals How Prisoners Were Abused And Tortured, To Be Preserved After Federal Judge Passes Order International Business Times, 2 weeks ago Judge orders government to preserve Senate 'torture report' The Hill, 2 weeks ago Federal judge orders torture report preserved CNN, 2 weeks ago
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President Obama is planning to transfer at least 18 more Guantanamo Bay detainees within days after announcing that four prisoners are being sent to Saudi Arabia, DailyMail.com has learned. The group being released will be drawn from those held ...AfricanSeer, 1 week ago
MIAMI (Tribune News Service) — With just weeks until Republicans take control of Congress and the White House, a federal judge has ordered the Obama administration to deliver to his court's top secret storage site a copy of the so-called Senate ...Stars and Stripes, 2 weeks ago Federal judge preserves CIA Torture Report after Guantánamo war court wouldn't do it Miami Herald, 2 weeks ago
The lawyer for the Saudi captive accused of orchestrating al-Qaida's bombing of the USS Cole warship said Friday the death-penalty trial might begin in 2018, a prediction that appeared to hearten victims of the Oct. 12, 2000 attack off Yemen who had ...Miami Herald, 1 month ago Guantánamo lawyer: We need to hear from the torturers Miami Herald, 1 month ago
The judge in the USS Cole bombing case delayed plans Thursday to hear from the accused bombing mastermind in a closed hearing to give the Miami Herald and other news organizations an opportunity to challenge the closure, according to three ...Miami Herald, 1 month ago USS Cole case defenders seek data on death of Kuwaiti man killed by a drone attack Miami Herald, 1 month ago
Rendition: ministers want diplomatic assurances from USA on death penalty and Polish investigation stepped up
Council of Europe-Poland-USA 13.12.16 Follow us: | | Tweet Representatives of the 47 Member States of the Council of Europe have called upon the USA to provide assurances to the Polish authorities that Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, who the European ...Statewatch, 1 month ago
Top Items Human Rights Summit Tomorrow Human Rights First will host its fifth annual Human Rights Summit at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. The afternoon event brings together activists and leaders from government, business, the military, and ...Human Rights First, 1 month ago
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