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An up-to-date list of major press coverage of CCR's work, "CCR in the News" provides summaries of each article's content, the publication and publication date, as well as a scanned version of the original article. The scanned articles can be viewed or downloaded as pdf files.
Currently "CCR in the News" covers the last two years of our major press coverage.
Dozens of Guantanamo inmates protested their imprisonment with a sit-in and signs to mark the ninth anniversary of the prison camp's opening.
A group of 173 human rights activists, each wearing an orange jumpsuit and a black hood and representing the remaining 173 prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, rallied in front of the White House on Tuesday…
US officials said Thursday an Algerian national who was held at Guantanamo and cleared of terror suspicious by a US judge more than a year ago was repatriated, despite his objections.
It is disappointing to see the same president who ran on his constitutional law professor bona fides devote so much time and effort to discrediting WikiLeaks and working up charges against its founder, Julian Assange.
Security worries on the ground in Switzerland, not fear of a torture complaint over waterboarding, led organizers to cancel former President George W. Bush's speech at a gala this week in a luxurious Swiss hotel,…
A planned trip to Switzerland this week by George W. Bush was canceled after human rights activists called for demonstrations and threatened legal action over allegations that the former president sanctioned the torture of terrorism…
The federal government must provide documents "in a usable format" when it responds to FOIA requests, a federal judge in Manhattan has ruled.
On Tuesday, in an extremely troubling ruling in the District Court in Washington D.C., Judge John D. Bates dismissed a lawsuit contesting what is described as President Obama’s “targeted killing” policy,…
A judge threw a "unique and extraordinary" lawsuit out of court Tuesday, leaving open the question of whether the U.S. government can legally target American citizens for death abroad without a trial.
The Obama administration remains committed to trying more terrorism suspects in civilian court even though a federal jury acquitted a Tanzanian of all but one charge in the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings,…