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Editor's note: Peter Bergen is CNN's national security analyst, a director at the New America Foundation and the author of "Manhunt: The Ten-Year Search for bin Laden -- From 9/11 to Abbottabad," the basis for the HBO documentary "Manhunt" that will be shown on CNN on May 24.
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The US military has blocked Internet service at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba following online hacking threats from the group, Anonymous.
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The Israeli military has jailed a young man for six months for refusing to serve because of his opposition to Israel's occupation of the West Bank, focusing attention on the longstanding conflict between the country's universal military service and divided political beliefs.
One of the methods used to extract information from Muslim inmates in Guantanamo was to apply sexual interrogation techniques, Terry Holdbrooks, former guard at the camp has told RT.
Photos of Osama bin Laden's corpse and burial at sea were properly classified by U.S. officials and can be withheld from the public, a federal appeals court ruled.
Sam Fasline, a Navy veteran, avid runner and native of Youngstown's West Side, earned a perfect record as an amateur boxer in the 1940's. The 87-year old began when he was 16 and practiced boxing while part of a battalion in Guantanamo Bay.
Citing a lack of leads, a police agency said Monday that it is closing the active investigation of the disappearance of Susan Powell, a Utah mother whose now-dead husband was a prime suspect The lawyer for the family of missing Utah woman Susan Powell said Tuesday that even as local police close the active part of their investigation into her ... (more)
A federal court in San Francisco has struck down Arizona's ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy unless there's a medical emergency.
The U.S. has identified five men who might be responsible for the attack on the diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, last year, and has enough evidence to justify seizing them by military force as suspected terrorists, officials say.
Over 100 Guantanamo prisoners continue their hunger strike in protest against unlawful - and as it turns out, violent - detention.
I'm in Northern Ireland and yesterday on May 20, 2013, I spoke with several members of the Northern Ireland Parliament.
It is a tragic state of affairs when more than 100 men starve themselves, some close to death, in protest of human rights abrogations - and Twitter is needed to gain them attention.
For the first time in years, the Obama administration appears to be focused on shuttering the Guantanamo Bay prison and - at a minimum - has redoubled its efforts to reduce the number of people held there.
Perhaps a meal was not the ideal setting to talk about something as unappetizing as a hunger strike.
A federal judge has given three-year prison sentences to two San Diego defense contractors convicted of fraud in a scheme to bribe Navy officials with more than $1 million in cash and gifts.
The United States appears to have carried out its second drone strike inside Yemen in the past three days.
Around 130 of 166 Guantanamo detainees refuse food. They're hunger striking for justice.