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  1. Some Ugandan Muslims retreat in fear amid police huntRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    In this photo taken Tuesday, April 14, 2015, Kassim Segawa, 46, a Ugandan Muslim who works drumming up business for a taxi company, prays alone inside the Masjid Taqwa mosque in the Zana suburb of Kampala, Uganda. A crackdown by Ugandan police on suspected Islamic extremists has sent a current of fear through the Islamic community in Uganda, especially in the Masjid Taqwa mosque whose imam, former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Jamal Kiyemba, was recently arrested.

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  2. Some Ugandan Muslims retreat in fear amid police huntIn this photo...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TheCourier.com

    In this photo taken Tuesday, April 14, 2015, a woman walks past the Masjid Taqwa mosque in the Zana suburb of Kampala, Uganda.

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  3. Some Ugandan Muslims retreat in fear amid police huntRead the original story

    Friday | WTVC

    Kassim Segawa prayed inside his local mosque near Uganda's capital but, instead of being in the company of scores of the faithful, on this day he was alone. A crackdown by Ugandan police on suspected Islamic extremists has sent a current of fear through the Islamic community, especially in the Masjid Taqwa mosque whose imam -- a former Guantanamo Bay prisoner -- was recently arrested.

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  4. GOP golden boy Petraeus stuns Republicans into silence over his disapproval of Gitmo and tortureRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2009 | Examiner.com

    When the Iraq Occupation was at its most violent, unsecured, and chaotic, president Bush and his cronies trotted out General David Petraeus time and time again to reiterate their claims that things were improving and that we must support the Surge. The highly decorated and respected Petraeus became the administration's "golden boy," presenting clear-cut evidence that the Surge was working and that the stabilization of Iraq was imminent.

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  5. More Calendar TroubleRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | New Urban Legends

    It's not uncommon for us to receive e-mails of the the ilk of the one reproduced below, accusing us of being biased in favor of some particular politician, offering some undeniably bad nyah-nyah "fact" about that politician, and challenging us to report the "truth" about story : The terrorist released unilaterally by Obama now has a $5 million reward on him due to his reign of terror in Yemen. Looking forward to seeing your tap dance around this one and why it is certainly NOT Obama's fault.

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  6. R.E.M., Pearl Jam, Trent Reznor, Tom Morello outraged over music turned into torture at GuantanamoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2009 | Examiner.com

    R.E.M., Pearl Jam, Trent Reznor and Tom Morello are outraged that music -- including theirs -- was used to torture prisoners at Guantanamo Bay and they want Congress to shut Gitmo down. They also want declassification of all secret government records pertaining to how music was utilized as an interrogation device.

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  7. Family of 'Emaciated' Guantanamo Prisoner Plead in Court for Help...Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Common Dreams

    The family of a hunger-striking Pakistani man detained in Guantanamo Bay has today filed an emergency application with the Islamabad High Court, demanding that the Pakistani government intervene immediately in his case. Ahmad Rabbani has been on hunger strike for more than two years in protest at his detention without charge or trial in Guantanamo, where he has been held since 2004.

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  8. Paul, the son, also risesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | The Hill

    This is not true of Sen. Rand Paul who announced his presidential quest last week. He wants to talk us into wanting what he wants.

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  9. Drone Strike Reportedly Kills Al-Qaida Leader In YemenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | WGBH

    Ibrahim al-Rubaish, the top cleric of Yemen's al-Qaida branch, was killed in a drone strike on Sunday, according to a statement by al-Qaida. This poster is from U.S. State Department Rewards For Justice.

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  10. AQAP announces death of sharia official in US drone strikeRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | The Long War Journal

    Ibrahim al Rubaish and Harith bin Ghazi al Nadhari . Both AQAP ideologues were killed in US drone strikes this year.

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  11. Marco Rubio Slams Obama On Gitmo, Says He'd Make The Facility LargerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | The Daily Caller

    Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio told ABC's George Stephanopoulos Monday if President Barack Obama closes Guantanamo, he'll open it back up if elected. According to Rubio, there is "tremendous value" in having a detention center to store detainees who otherwise would be planning attacks against the homeland or gathering important intelligence to deliver to other terrorists, the Miami Herald reports .

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  12. The Note: Why Marco Rubio Is RunningRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | ABC News

    'I CAN LEAD THIS COUNTRY' : Marco Rubio is running for president in 2016, the Florida senator told ABC's GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS in an exclusive interview yesterday, because: "I think this country's at a generational moment where it needs to decide not what party it wants in charge but what kind of country are we going to want to be moving forward. I think the 21st century can be the American century, and I believe that I can lead this country in that direction.

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  13. The Gitmo 6 bouncing around in UruguayRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Babalu Blog

    It reads like a Saturday Night Live segment. All you need is a guy with a Syrian accent screaming, "Live from New Yorka " Uruguay's president says the U.N. refugee agency will help six former Guantanamo prisoners obtain housing in his country.

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  14. UN will help Guantanamo refugees with housing in Uruguay, president saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | Regina Leader Post

    Uruguay's president says the U.N. refugee agency will help six former Guantanamo prisoners obtain housing in his country. President Tabare Vazquez told reporters at the Summit of the Americas in Panama that each of the six will soon have a home, thanks to the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees.

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  15. UN to help Guantanamo refugees with houses in UruguayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | The Miami Herald

    Uruguay's president says the U.N. refugee agency will help six former Guantanamo prisoners obtain housing in his country. President Tabare Vazquez told reporters at the Summit of the Americas in Panama that each of the six will soon have a home, thanks to the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees.

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  16. Guantanamo prisoner Too Dangerous to be freed - " but we're Still paying him millionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | Daily Star

    But now he's in line for a whopping million quid payout after courts said his human rights were abused. He's now part of a group of 16 men due to receive a 20m payout for the apparent abuses, thanks to campaign group Reprieve.

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  17. The Supreme Rivalry That Runs AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | TheDailyBeast.com

    The power struggle between Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy might have more say in this summer's same-sex marriage vote than you think. Supreme Court Justices are supposed to decide cases under the "law" and they rarely discuss their personal relationships with each other publicly other than to suggest that they all get along famously.

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  18. Freed British Guantanamo Bay prisoner awarded A 1million...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | Daily Mail

    Freed British Guantanamo Bay prisoner awarded A 1million compensation after legal fight led by Jihadi John apologists CAGE is held over terror killing A former Guantanamo Bay prisoner arrested over the terrorist killing of a top female prosecutor in Uganda had been awarded A 1million in compensation by the British government following his release. Jamal Kiyemba, 36, was detained in the Ugandan capital Kampala in connection with the brutal murder of Joan Kagezi, who was killed in front of her children days before a major trial against Islamist terror network Al-Shabaab.

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  19. Hillary Clinton Gears Up, and Why Gitmo Won't Be Shut DownRead the original story

    Friday Apr 10 | US News & World Report

    Her Majesty Requests The Courtesy of Your Vote: So much for that whole "no coronation" thing: The hyper-accurate, numbers-crunching eggheads at the FiveThirtyEight.com blog posted all the reasons why Hillary Clinton will win the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination when she decides to enter the race , reportedly some time this weekend. The data all points to a rout: The billion-dollar Clinton Political Death Star aside, Madame Secretary has racked up an impressive 27 endorsements from Democratic senators so far, and from a broader spectrum of her party than any presidential candidate in recent political history - including the dude who beat her for the job seven years ago, who had just one.

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  20. What should the United States do about Gitmo?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | The Louisville Cardinal

    PEACC, or Prevention, Education, and Advocacy on Campus and in the Community, has a primary goal to help students who face interpersonal violence of all kinds. LaMont Johnson, the student programming and outreach coordinator, would like to add a sub-goal to PEACC: "Social justice dialogues through programming."

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