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25 Apr 2011

Wikileaks Many at Guantanamo ‘not dangerous’

Files obtained by the website Wikileaks have revealed that the US believed many of those held at Guantanamo Bay were innocent or only low-level operatives. The files, published in US and European newspapers, are assessments of all 780 people ever held at the facility.
Files obtained by the website Wikileaks have revealed that the US believed many of those held at Guantanamo Bay were...

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24 Apr 2011

Guantanamo files lift lid on world’s most controversial prison

More than 700 leaked secret files on the Guant namo detainees lay bare the inner workings of America's controversial prison camp in Cuba. The US military dossiers, obtained by the New York Times and the Guardian, reveal how, alongside the so-called "worst of the worst", many prisoners were flown to the Guant namo cages and held captive for years on the flimsiest grounds, or on the basis of lurid confessions extracted by maltreatment
More than 700 leaked secret files on the Guant namo detainees lay bare the inner workings of America's controversial...

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24 Apr 2011

Guantanamo files lift lid on world’s most controversial prison

More than 700 leaked secret files on the Guant namo detainees lay bare the inner workings of America's controversial prison camp in Cuba. The US military dossiers, obtained by the New York Times and the Guardian, reveal how, alongside the so-called "worst of the worst", many prisoners were flown to the Guant namo cages and held captive for years on the flimsiest grounds, or on the basis of lurid confessions extracted by maltreatment
More than 700 leaked secret files on the Guant namo detainees lay bare the inner workings of America's controversial...

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19 Apr 2011

Bradley Manning to be moved to Fort Leavenworth prison

Bradley Manning, the soldier being held on suspicion of leaking classified material to Wikileaks, is being moved to a different prison after what the Associated Press describes as "international criticism about his treatment".
Bradley Manning, the soldier being held on suspicion of leaking classified material to Wikileaks, is being moved to a...

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11 Apr 2011

China accuses US of human rights double standards

The Chinese government has attacked the US for targeting WikiLeaks while campaigning for internet freedom overseas. Beijing has a doctrine of non-interference in other countries' internal affairs, but the State Council Information Office releases an annual report on the US human rights record as a riposte to Washington's criticisms. The document says it underlines the hypocrisy of the US and "its malicious design to pursue hegemony under the pretext of human rights".
The Chinese government has attacked the US for targeting WikiLeaks while campaigning for internet freedom overseas....

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5 Apr 2011

Bradley Manning supporters welcome UK government’s expression of concern

Campaigners on behalf of Bradley Manning, the US soldier accused of leaking classified cables to WikiLeaks, have welcomed assurances that the British government will restate its "concerns" to Washington over the soldier's treatment.
Campaigners on behalf of Bradley Manning, the US soldier accused of leaking classified cables to WikiLeaks, have...

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4 Apr 2011

Bradley Manning case British moral authority ‘at risk’

British diplomats will express with officials in Washington for a second time MPs' concerns about the treatment of a US soldier charged with leaking thousands of sensitive cables to WikiLeaks, the government has confirmed.
British diplomats will express with officials in Washington for a second time MPs' concerns about the treatment of a US...

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25 Dec 2010

Wikileaks suspect Bradley Manning’s health ‘declining’

The only person to visit Wikileaks suspect Pte Bradley Manning in custody other than his lawyer says his health has declined in the past four months. Pte Manning, a US soldier, is being held in solitary confinement in a high-security military prison at Quantico marine base, Virginia.
The only person to visit Wikileaks suspect Pte Bradley Manning in custody other than his lawyer says his health has...

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23 Dec 2010

Bangladeshi ‘death squad’ trained by UK government

The British government has been training a Bangladeshi paramilitary force condemned by human rights organisations as a "government death squad", leaked US embassy cables have revealed. Members of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), which has been held responsible for hundreds of extra-judicial killings in recent years and is said to routinely use torture, have received British training in "investigative interviewing techniques" and "rules of engagement".
The British government has been training a Bangladeshi paramilitary force condemned by human rights organisations as a...

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18 Dec 2010

US criticises court that may decide on Julian Assange extradition, WikiLeaks cables show

US officials regard European human rights standards as an "irritant", secret cables show, and have strongly objected to the safeguards which could protect WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from extradition.
US officials regard European human rights standards as an "irritant", secret cables show, and have strongly objected to...

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17 Dec 2010

India accused of systematic use of torture in Kashmir

US officials had evidence of widespread torture by Indian police and security forces and were secretly briefed by Red Cross staff about the systematic abuse of detainees in Kashmir, according to leaked diplomatic cables released tonight.
US officials had evidence of widespread torture by Indian police and security forces and were secretly briefed by Red...

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