Guantanamo Bay prisoner Obaydullah says he is “losing all hope” after joining a widening hunger strike in February to protest his indefinite detention at the US military jail.
Hunger striking Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, detainees used improvised weapons to clash with guards before being confined to single cells, military officials said.
He was 15 years old in 2002 when he was captured He ‘s back in Canada, his native country, Omar Khadr, the more’ young prisoners in Guantanamo and the last […]
By Marjorie Cohn The Obama administration has closed the books on prosecutions of those who violated our laws by authorizing and conducting the torture and abuse of prisoners in U.S. custody.
By Baher Azmy New rules from the Obama Justice Department threaten to return Guantanamo Bay to the legal black hole it was in during the early days of the George W. […]
Supreme Court says no about action in seven inmates about legality of detention. WASHINGTON, June 11 – The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected anapplication submitted by seven prison inmates in the U.S. base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, who contested the terms and legality of their detention.