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A new U.S. military protocol no longer uses ‘hunger strike,’ changes terminology to ‘long term non-religious fasting.’
A military judge has pushed to Dec. 4 the trial date of a Saudi man accused of orchestrating al-Qaida’s USS Cole bombing in 2000 that killed 17 U.S. sailors, according to military sources.
A military judge has ordered jury selection at Guantánamo in October and a December trial date for the alleged USS Cole bomber.
Plantation American Heritage junior forward Melanie Monteagudo scored more goals in a season than any other player in Broward County history. On Friday, she was recognized as the state’s top overall girls’ soccer player.
In sworn testimony before Congress, Southcom’s commander calls Guantánamo’s secret Camp 7 “increasingly unsustainable due to drainage and foundation issues” but no longer seeks funds to build a new one, just to sho...
A military judge held a closed hearing Tuesday to let USS Cole case lawyers invoke classified information in their argument over whether war court secrecy means the jury should lose the power to hand down a death penalty.
A former Guantánamo Bay detainee who is a well-known advocate for the rights of terrorism suspects was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offenses, British police said.
Lawyers for alleged terrorist argue that U.S. can’t execute a man after refusing to let him see 14 percent of the pretrial evidence in his case.
A closed Guantánamo hearing in the USS Cole capital murder case covered classified information on the program that waterboarded the Saudi prisoner in CIA custody.
USS Cole bombing prosecutors plan to use hearsay from Yemenis that U.S. investigators gathered a decade ago; the alleged bomber’s lawyers argue that’s ‘ex post facto’ at Guantánamo war court.