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Diplomatic sources claim that at a recent dinner, the minister of foreign affairs of Laos, Thongloun Sisoulith, waxed indignant about America's abduction of hundreds of individuals from around the world.
There are no statistics that support the claim of twice the number of troops diagnosed with PTSD.
A British resident locked up at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was heartened by a letter from Foreign Secretary William Hague , a prisoner rights activist said.
When President Obama first ran in 2008, he pledged to close Guantanamo, already an angry embarrassment making people around the world wonder which side of the war on terror the United States was actually on.
No matter what Kristen wears, she always manages to look gorgeous and stylish - and now tough! In the latest pic from the set of her upcoming film 'Camp X-Ray,' the actress was all smiles posing next to co-star Tara Holt.
In reflecting fondly on Nelson Mandela, we should remember the considerable 'walk' still facing impoverished South Africans, writes John Hilley .
As Congress gets ready to battle on immigration reform next year, it's important to take a look at who will help enforce and shape any kind of immigration overhaul.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel arrived in Kabul Saturday afternoon for an unannounced visit that comes as Washington and Afghanistan's president remain at loggerheads over the terms of a plan that would keep American troops here beyond the end of next year.
A new wind farm that is reportedly being planned for the Chapman Ranch area has a Corpus Christi city official concerned.
The Guantanamo Bay detention camp has changed its protocol. Undeterred by criticism about transparency and humans rights violations, officials at the camp will no longer disclose information about detainees on hunger strike.
An Army sergeant charged with shooting a teenage girl in the head while another soldier killed her boyfriend outside Fort Stewart two years ago suffers from brain injuries and post-traumatic stress after serving in combat in Afghanistan, the sergeant's defense attorney said Friday.
If getting home for Christmas is out of financial reach, Peter Shankman may just be your savior.
A Charleston-based coast guardsman charged with sexual assault and rape could face more than 20 years of jail time if found guilty.
In response to a petition to reinstate academic courses for jailed terrorists in Israeli prisons, the state released a document noting the most popular course among jailed terrorists in 2011 was "Genocide."
Guantanamo detainee and alleged al Qaeda member Abdul Razak Ali was denied habeas relief by the D.C. Circuit on Tuesday, noting that circumstantial evidence is sufficient to detain an enemy combatant.