Since 1898, the US has controlled the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, an “illegally occupied” “usurped territory” according to Cubans
UN special rapporteur Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, the first such expert who was allowed to visit the infamous Guantanamo Bay prison in over 20 years, noted that US’ treatment of detainees was “cruel, inhuman and degrading”
Abordando las acusaciones de una “base de espías chinos” en Cuba.
In today’s episode, we bring you stories of alarming numbers from a UN report on maternal health indicators, the findings of a committee on the 2020 Delhi violence, and the release of two Pakistani men from Guantanamo Bay
Hundreds of detainees have been incarcerated for years in the notorious American detention center in Cuba without any formal charges, and allegedly faced various forms of mental and physical torture
In today’s episode, we bring you stories of developments in the normalization of ties between Sudan and Israel, the condemnation of war-mongering by the US, a summit between Spain and Morocco, and the resettlement of a Guantanamo Bay detainee
For almost two decades, activists have waged an inspiring struggle against the use of the Shannon airport in Ireland by the US military. How does a government allow the military to use a civilian airport, they ask
In today’s episode, we bring you stories from protests in Puerto Rico, the election of a president in Sri Lanka, the release of a detainee from Guantanamo Bay, and COVID-19 vaccine inequality
Assange has been imprisoned in Belmarsh Prison since 2019, while the United States government has been waging a legal battle to fight for his extradition.
Vijay Prashad delivers a moving address on the horrors of war, hunger and the necessity of fighting for peace for all
The upcoming Belmarsh Tribunal in New York coincides with with the date of the opening of the Guantanamo Bay detention facility by the US in occupied parts of Cuba
In these 20 years of operations, only 12 detainees have been charged and just 2 convicted of any crimes by the Military Commissions.