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Hunger-striking Guantánamo detainees have asked a US court to count them as ‘persons’ with free exercise of religious rights, following a Supreme Court decision extending those rights to a US craft store chain.
A federal judge has ordered the Obama Administration to pass attorneys four more videotapes depicting the Forced Cell Extraction (FCE) of a disabled hunger-striker at Guantánamo Bay.
Lawyers for Mohammad Ahmad Ghulam Rabban, held for over a decade without charge in Guantánamo Bay, have sought a court order compelling the Obama administration to release videotapes of his treatment.
Two more hunger-striking prisoners at Guantanamo Bay have gone to court to preserve tapes of their force-feedings.
A Guantánamo prisoner has told lawyers of the increasingly brutal punishment meted out to detainees peacefully protesting their indefinite detention.
A medical evaluation of Shaker Aamer has detailed the physical and psychological damage caused by his torture and ongoing abuse at Guantanamo Bay.
A gravely ill Yemeni man has become the first Guantánamo Bay prisoner to have his claims of abuse at the military base considered by a US court of law.
Guantanamo detainee Shaker Aamer can, for the first time, be heard speaking from his prison cell as part of a recording made by a US news channel.
Men cleared for release but still detained in Guantanamo have revealed the methods used to by the authorities at the prison to attempt to break the hunger strik.
Despite concessions announced today,the Justice Secretary’s planned cuts to legal aid will still deny justice to a wide range of people wronged by the UK Government.