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CAGE calls for release of British aid worker Alan ...
  CAGE [1] condemns the arbitrary arrest, detention and punishment of anyone without cause and without being afforded their right of due process. This is the case whether the denial of these...
Khutbah For Moazzam
 As Moazzam Begg's trial approaches (6 October), CAGE is calling on all mosques and Islamic centres to dedicate this Friday's khutbah to Moazzam and why it is important to support him.&...

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(BBC) Counter-terrorism raid at ...

Counter-terrorism police have seized material from a house in Cardiff as part of an ongoing ...

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(CBC) Hiva Alizadeh pleads guilty ...

24-year sentence part of deal that comes after 1 of 2 co-accused found guilty in JulyHiva Mohammad ...

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(Andy Worthington) Shameful: US ...

Of the tens of thousands of victims of the Bush administration’s novel approach to detention ...

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(Boston Globe) Detentions of war

How can US keep terror suspects with no hope of trial, but espouse due process?HOW SHOULD a nation ...

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Guantanamo Begins at Home

CagePrisoners report on procedural improprieties and abuses of human rights of terrorism suspects within the US federal and penal system. In January 2009, just two days after he was sworn into office, President Barack Obama signed an executive order. The order declared that the detention camps at Guantanamo Bay “shall be closed as soon ...

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Letter to Gibson Inquiry: NGOs will not cooperate

Cageprisoners and partner NGOs refuse to cooperate with the UK Government's Detainee Inquiry.Sara CarnegieSolicitor to the Detainee Inquiry35 Great Smith StreetLondonSW1P ...

Guantanamo Begins at Home

CagePrisoners report on procedural improprieties and abuses of human rights of terrorism suspects within the US federal and penal system. In January 2009, just two days ...