Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp

Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp Newswire (Page 6)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. (Page 6)

Results 101 - 120 of 39,940 in Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp

  1. Examiner's Byron York: Congress Can Stop Obama Amnesty PlanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Max

    According to the Washington Examiner's Byron York, Congress has the ability to prevent President Obama from moving forward with his executive action on illegal immigration. "For proof, look no further than the 1,695-page spending bill passed by Congress over the weekend," he writes.

    Comment?

  2. VCNO Visits NAS Key WestRead the original story

    Yesterday | San Diego NewsCape

    Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michelle Howard visited Naval Air Station Key West and conducted an all-hands call, yesterday.

    Comment?

  3. Romania 'to clear up' allegations over CIA prisonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Yahoo!

    Romania is "ready to clear up" allegations that the country hosted secret CIA detention centres, the foreign ministry said Tuesday -- though it stressed that Bucharest had "no proof" such prisons existed. Romanian authorities were "fully available to clear up the allegations" that Bucharest colluded with the CIA on the transfer of terrorist suspects to CIA "black sites" established for the purposes of torture, the ministry said.

    Comment?

  4. Now Blair's Iraq aide wants a judge-led torture probe: More senior...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Duchess in da hoodie: Casual Kate swaps high-end fashion for tracksuit - and a blindfold - as she visits the Beaver Scouts 'Remember 9/11': Sony hackers issue chilling warning of attacks on theaters showing Kim assassination film as Rogen and Franco cancel all scheduled press appearances Do we finally have proof of life on Mars? Unexplained methane 'burps' suggest bacteria is living on the red planet 'Hollywood is like the Rocky Mountains.

    Comment?

  5. U.S. TV Provides Ample Platform For American Torturers, But None To Their VictimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | OpEdNews

    Canadian Citizen Maher Arar describes his rendition and subsequent torture at the behest of the U.S. Government in painful detail. Ever since the torture report was released last week , U.S. television outlets have endlessly featured American torturers and torture proponents .

    Comment?

  6. Dick Cheney's Misleading Torture SpinRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Switched

    MAY 12: Former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney talks about his wife Lynne Cheney's book 'James Madison: A Life Reconsidered' May 12, 2014 in Washington, DC. The Cheneys spoke at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research.

    Comment?

  7. 'Slaughter of the innocents' - the papersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    The Taliban attack that killed at least 132 children in the Pakistani city of Peshawar is recorded in emotive language on many front pages. "Slaughter of the innocents," is the headline on the front page of the i, which points out that nine teachers also died in the attack.

    Comment?

  8. Cheney's Tortured FactsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | FactCheck.org

    Former Vice President Dick Cheney offered a spirited defense of CIA interrogation tactics used in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks and denounced a recent Senate report, which criticized those techniques, as a "crock."

    Comment?

  9. U.S. torture report puts Romania's role under scrutinyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Yahoo!

    The lawyer for a man tortured by the CIA said Romania's authorities should acknowledge the role they played after a U.S. Senate report pointed to Romania as the site of the secret CIA jail where the man was interrogated. The report did not name countries that hosted CIA jails, but it gave details of prisoners being transferred to and from "detention center BLACK" which matched air traffic records of CIA-chartered planes passing through Romanian airports between 2003 and 2005.

    Comment?

  10. 9/11 architect Mohammed was the most tortured by CIARead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2012 | Stars and Stripes

    Less than two hours after the admitted Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed was captured, the chief of interrogations of a new CIA detention site in Afghanistan emailed Washington with this subject line: "Let's roll with the new guy."

    Comment?

  11. America Didn't Just Prosecute Torturers, We Executed ThemRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Truthdig

    The wartime Western allies, their judges sitting in judgment on war crimes in the city of Nuremberg, ordered hanged until dead eleven major World War II criminals at Spandau Prison in Germany on October 6, 1946. Those judged were not hanged because their crime was that they were themselves torturers; they were too highly placed for that.

    Comment?

  12. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    Tuesday | Lucianne.com

    From Bagram Airfield, the U.S. Air Forces Central Command in Afghanistan, May 2012 President Barack Obama said his administration was "pursuing a negotiated peace," with the Taliban. The president said, "WeA re pursuing a negotiated peace.

    Comment?

  13. Angela Davis Defends President ObamaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Kos

    She's an outspoken radical icon who was once branded a "terrorist" by Richard Nixon, but now prison abolitionist Angela Davis is being accused of having "lost her mind." Why? Because she refuses to engage in bashing President Barack Obama.

    Comment?

  14. We Americans have broken our treaty promises and lapsed from our principlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Hill

    We now have the Senate report on U.S. treatment of detainees, partially black with redactions made at the insistence of intelligence agencies. The report may not shock us, for we have known of American abuse of detainees for more than ten years.

    Comment?

  15. Daoud's Defense Pleads for Public Terror TrialRead the original story

    Tuesday | Courthouse News Service

    Claiming that the Senate's torture report justifies ending deference by the courts to intelligence agencies, new filings in a terror case say Adel Daoud's trial should be kept open. Daoud, a U.S. citizen, was 17 when he allegedly took the bait offered by undercover FBI agents posing as terrorists who contacted him online about committing violent jihad attacks in the United States.

    Comment?

  16. Torture: Why the uniformed military balked at 'enhanced interrogation'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Stars and Stripes

    More than a decade before the Senate intelligence committee released its report on the CIA's post-9/11 interrogation practices, the U.S. military's top lawyers were warning that "enhanced interrogation techniques" were legally questionable, likely ineffectual and could expose American troops to criminal prosecution and torture at the hands of their own captors. Those warnings, similar to the findings of the report that was released Dec. 9, came in the form of several memos generated in early 2003 after then Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld tasked a Defense Department working group with conducting a legal review of the proposed techniques, including waterboarding and sleep deprivation.

    Comment?

  17. US Television Provides Ample Platform for American Torturers, But None to Their VictimsRead the original story

    Tuesday | Common Dreams

    In 2002, Maher Arar, a Canadian citizen of Syrian descent who worked as an engineer, was traveling back home to Ottawa when he was abducted by the U.S. Government at JFK Airport, held incommunicado and interrogated for weeks, then "rendered" to Syria where the U.S. arranged to have him brutally tortured by Assad's regime . Ever since the torture report was released last week , U.S. television outlets have endlessly featured American torturers and torture proponents .

    Comment?

  18. Ron Hart: Outraged at paying $80 million to torture teachersRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Wave

    Senate Democrats decide to spend 40 million taxpayer dollars to contrive a one-sided report questioning the tough post-9/11 decisions made by George W. Bush and our CIA on methods of interrogating captured terrorist masterminds. True to form, the Dems release the report in one of their last acts while they still control the Senate.

    Comment?

  19. President Obama's greatest torture mistakeRead the original story

    Tuesday | Wilson's Almanac

    There was a way to address the matter that might have avoided much of the partisan trivialization. In a White House meeting in early 2009, Greg Craig, President Obama's White House Counsel, recommended the formation of an independent commission.

    Comment?

  20. US asks Vatican for 'humanitarian solutions' for Guantanamo inmatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | DNA India

    The United States, which is seeking ways to close Guantanamo Bay prison camp and to transfer inmates to third countries, asked the Vatican on Monday for help finding "humanitarian solutions" for inmates, Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi said. US Secretary of State John Kerry made the request at a meeting with Vatican counterpart Cardinal Pietro Parolin at the Holy See.

    Comment?