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Posts Tagged with "long-term hunger strikers"

The season of death at Guantánamo

June 18, 2013

Seven years ago, late in the evening on June 9, 2006, three prisoners – Ali al-Salami, a Yemeni, and Mani al-Utaybi and Yasser al-Zahrani, both Saudis – died at Guantánamo, in what was described by the authorities as a triple suicide, although that explanation seemed to be extremely dubious at the time and has not become more convincing with the passage of time.

Prison-wide hunger strike still rages at Guantánamo

April 5, 2013

People will die unless action is taken to bring the hunger strike at Guantánamo to an end, and President Obama needs to stir himself from his torpor and act to bring to an end the disgraceful situation whereby prisoners cleared for release by the government may be imprisoned for the rest of their lives because it has proven to be politically inconvenient to release them.

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