Tag Archives: Afghanistan

Reprieve: Jack Straw rewriting UK #torture complicity history

Reprieve +44 (0) 207 553 8140 For immediate release: Monday Dec 14, 2015 UK torture complicity: Jack Straw’s comments do not fit with facts Former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw has reportedly today claimed that “the British government never condoned, nor … Continue reading

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Reprieve: per evidence – despite denials – CIA held prisoners in Lithuania

Reprieve: +44 (0) 207 553 8166 For immediate release: Friday Jan 16, 2015 New evidence shows CIA held prisoners in Lithuania New analysis and previously unpublished documents released by legal charity Reprieve show that the CIA held prisoners in Lithuania … Continue reading

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Reprieve: 45-year-old Tunisian Adel al Hakeemy released from Guantánamo

Reprieve: +44 (0) 7739 188 097 For immediate release: Wednesday Dec 31, 2014 Reprieve client Adel al Hakeemy released to Kazakhstan Adel al Hakeemy, a 45-year-old Tunisian, was yesterday released from Guantánamo Bay to Kazakhstan after 13 years in prison … Continue reading

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Reprieve: Leaked documents on UK’s Artful Dodging in drone strike complicity

Reprieve: +44 (0) 7791 755 415 For immediate release: Monday Dec 29, 2014 Leaked documents raise new questions over UK complicity in secret US drone strikes Previously secret documents obtained by Der Speigel – including a ‘Kill List’ that included … Continue reading

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Four more released from Guantánamo

4 Afghans returned home from Guantánamo | The Miami Herald Leaving Guantánamo on Friday were Mohammad Zahir, 61, Khi Ali Gul, 51, Shawali Khan, 51, and Abdul Ghani, 42, all of whom were taken to the prison camps in southeast … Continue reading

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