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Sărăcia - Guantanamo pentru români

M-am liniştit definitiv: patentul pentru tâmpenie nu ne aparţine exclusiv nouă! O dovedeşte pe deplin noul scandal reaprins pe tema închisorilor CIA, despre care se bănuieşte că ar fi funcţionat în deceniul trecut şi în ţara noastră. 840 more words


Reprieve to @BarackObama re third round of "clearing" Shaker Aamer for release from Guantánamo

Reprieve: +1 917 855 8064

For immediate release: Fri April 24, 2015

Delays in Guantánamo releases: Reprieve comment

In response to the news that twice-cleared Guantánamo prisoner Shaker Aamer must be reviewed yet again, delaying his release, Alka Pradham, Reprieve U.S. 170 more words

Typing made all the difference for Seaman Duane Payne aboard destroyer USS Bigelow

Knowing how to type made former Seaman Duane Payne’s 22-months in the U.S. Navy during the late 50s a walk in the park. It was an outstanding tour of duty, or so he recalled with pleasure more than half a century later. 1,232 more words

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Rational Security, Episode #15: The "Crusader Air Strikes" Edition

This week on the podcast, the gang discusses Congress weighing in on the Iran nuclear deal. Sunni, Shia, let’s call the whole thing off. And a key Al Qaeda leader who was once held in Guantanamo is killed in a U.S. 43 more words

Rational Security

Family of ‘emaciated’ Guantanamo prisoner plead in court for help

Reprieve | April 15, 2015

The family of a hunger-striking Pakistani man detained in Guantanamo Bay has today filed an emergency application with the Islamabad High Court, demanding that the Pakistani government intervene immediately in his case.

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Pending the Bail Decision: Canada shouts for Justice for Omar Khadr

NEWSLETTER Free Omar Khadr Now  –  BAIL OMAR KHADR  –  MARCH 2015 Why Omar Khadr Deserves Bail – Editorial Globe and Mail 

| March 25, 2015… 565 more words

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7 myths about torture

The use of torture is a contentious topic that has caused a myriad of heated arguments between those who believe the practice can be justified and those who say that it is a serious human rights violation that can never be tolerated. 727 more words