With US President Barack Obama deciding to remove Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism, the next question is, will he make good on his promise to shut down the US prison base at Guantanamo?
Mailbag: Did President Obama order the release of an Al Qaida terrorist from Guantanamo Bay, then offer a $5 million reward for his recapture?
In January, Little, Brown published Mohamedou Ould Slahi’s “Guantánamo Diary,” the first full accounting of the rendition and detainment of a person imprisoned at Guantánamo. Edited by Larry Siems—though edited first, Siems notes, by...Show More Summary
The CIA's Detention and Interrogation Program was, in every sense, a moral and strategic catastrophe.
The drone strike killed Ibrahim al-Rubeish, an ideologue and spokesman for Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula who had been a prisoner at Guantánamo Bay.
Ibrahim al-Rubaish was a prominent al-Qaida cleric who was released from Guantanamo Bay in 2006. He had a $5 million bounty on his head.
Ibrahim al-Rubaish, who was released from Guantanamo Bay in 2006, had a $5 million bounty on his head
We return to another week of songs from around the globe with our first stop to Ghana. Enjoy! International Politics Overall - The United Nations will provide housing for the six refugees from Guantanamo Bay now living in Uruguay - Attorney Michael Ratner joins The Real News to talk about what’s happening with torture prosecution - U.N. Secretary General Ban [...]
For 12 years, Obaidullah's family has watched the release of more than 200 Afghan detainees from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
According to US Department of State Spokesperson Marie Harf, the US supported a Ugandan operation leading to the arrest of former Guantanamo prisoner.
Jamal Kiyemba was arrested through a joint US-Ugandan operation on suspicions of being involved in the assassination of the state attorney leading the al Shabaab bombing trial.
Ugandan authorities arrested former Gitmo terrorist Jamal Kiyemba and three others on Tuesday. Kiyemba was held at Guantanamo Bay after his arrest by Pakistani police in 2001. Kiyemba is a convert to Islam who once lived in Britain before he … Continue reading ?
Ugandan authorities arrested a Ugandan man who had been held by the U.S. at its prison in Guantanamo Bay before being released in 2006.
If there is one thing that I enjoy more than garage rock, it's 50s doo-wop, and when both are smashed together into one song there's not much else to do but pack up and go home because the day is over and it's time to go outside and stop working. Show More Summary
It isn’t often that a book that sets out a case that drugs were used to disorient and disable Guantanamo detainees for interrogation makes the front pages, or gets the news coverage one new book did. What’s even more remarkable is that the revelations in that book are just the tip of the iceberg, as [...]
My mistake! Don’t think I’ve fooled anyone! RT @JebBushJr LOL – come on dad, think you checked the wrong box #HonoraryLatino — Jeb Bush (@JebBush) abril 6, 2015 Unless you live under a rock, in a detention center in Guantánamo or in a … Continue reading ?
How long will it take for the government to admit that the military commissions at Guantanamo Bay just aren't working? While closing arguments began Monday in the Boston Marathon bombing trial, moving toward some resolution for victims...Show More Summary
Apparently the fundamental victims at Guantanamo are female and minority guards - not the detainees.
A French court summoned former Guantanamo prison chief Geoffrey Miller to answer allegations of torture leveled by two ex-detainees – a move that could open other civilian and military officials to prosecution.
President Barack Obama’s administration claims that the executive branch alone may decide whether to disclose previously classified videos of the force-feeding of a former Guantanamo Bay prisoner—even though the videos are judicial records and a judge should be able to unseal and release them to the public. On October 3, 2014, a federal district court [...]