US District Court in Manhattan files lawyers' letters representing individuals and businesses seeking billions of dollars in damages.
International rights groups accuse Indian troops of using systematic abuse and unjustified arrests to intimidate residents opposing India's rule in disputed Kashmir. New Delhi denies its forces strategically use abuses to control the population.
Judge Deborah Taylor says Julian Assange, who skipped bail in 2012 by fleeing to the Ecuadorian embassy, exploited his privileged position to flout the law and express his disdain for British justice.
We speak to Asim Qureshi, who argues in his recently-released book that faith and ethics can play a crucial role in civil disobedience and no one should be apologetic about it.
Transfer of Ahmed Haza al-Darbi to Saudi Arabia reduces the population of the notorious prison to 40.
Revelations about torture from a former US prisoner, Ali al Marri, hasn't raised as much as an eyebrow in America. That shouldn't be a surprise, the President supports torture. And society is desensitised to claims of torture.
Daesh claim responsibility for the truck attack that killed eight people in the deadliest assault on New York City since 9/11. The militant group described the suspect, Sayfullo Saipov, 29, as "one of the caliphate soldiers."
Self-taught‚ and with little access to the outside world, Guantanamo inmates created their art works from memory, and display them in an exhibition in New York. But critics say it is too political.
The government will pay prisoner Omar Khadr – once one of the youngest inmates at the US prison – $7.7 million for abuse he faced in detention and for evidence obtained under "oppressive circumstances".
In 2002, former US president George W Bush ordered the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp to be used as a military prison, following the 9/11 attacks, with the aim of detaining prisoners around the globe accused of engaging in terrorism.
Outside of the infamous detention centre, more than 5,000 American troops and hundreds of staff call the US territory home.
Guantanamo detainee Abu Zubaydah is expected to give information about his torture at the hands of the CIA, after he was detained following the 2001 Al Qaeda attacks on the United States.
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