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A U.S. Navy nurse who refused to force-feed hunger strikers at the prison in Guantanamo Bay Naval Base has been sent back to the United States with no resolution of his case.
The senior medical officer at Southern Command pulled the plug on plans to put an MRI at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, after a more than year-long review by medical staff concluded it wasn't necessary for an aging prisoner popu...
The military judge in charge of the 9/11 terrorism trial bowed to a Pentagon prosecution protest Wednesday and agreed to go forward with a single, five-man Sept. 11 death-penalty tribunal.
The new judge in the USS Cole case Monday dismissed collateral charges related to al-Qaida’s 2002 attack on a French oil tanker, according to two defense attorneys who read the ruling.
A Navy nurse who refused to tube feed hunger striking prisoners is still assigned to the detention center here but is carrying out “administrative duties,” the new prison commander said Friday.
The U.S. military filmed troops searching captives’ Qurans inside Guantánamo’s prison building for cooperative captives an episode blamed for sparking the prison’s long-running hunger strike, a Freedom of Informat...
In the first known rebellion against Guantánamo’s force-feeding policy, a Navy medical officer recently refused to continue managing tube-feedings of prison hunger strikers and was reassigned to “alternative duties.”
Add the International Committee of the Red Cross to the list of those kept in the dark before Saturday's Guantánamo prisoner exchange.
The prison’s top lawyer summoned a doctor scheduled to testify and let him watch the expert testimony he was supposedly going to rebut.
The Saudi prisoner awaiting death-penalty trial for the USS Cole bombing was tortured physically, mentally and sexually, an expert in treating torture victims testified Thursday at the war court.