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The Guardian

Obama lifts suspension on military terror trials at Guantánamo Bay

Ed Pilkington in New York
Tuesday 8 March 2011
Move marks departure from election promise to close camp and use civilian law to fight terrorism Ed Pilkington guardian.co.uk Monday 7 March 2011 Barack Obama has given the green light to resume military trials of terror suspects detained at Guantánamo Bay, making a sharp departure from his (...) > continue


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Delegation to Madrid Marks Train Bombing Anniversary

Common Dreams
Thursday 9 April 2009
WASHINGTON — March 1, 2005— September 11th family members from the U.S. will travel to Madrid, Spain to establish relationships with family members of the 190 people killed in the March 11th, 2004 train bombings there. In addition to joining commemoration ceremonies on the evening of March 10th, (...) > continue


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Civilian Casualties, Civilian Solutions

Democracy Now
Thursday 17 July 2008
Civilian Casualties, Civilian Solutions: Family Members of 9/11 Victims Spearhead Movement Against War and Violence Democracy Now, September 8th, 2006 Video: David Potorti lost his brother, James, at the World Trade Center on September 11th. Shortly after the attacks, David joined with (...) > continue


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Andrea LeBlanc: ’I’m Looking for Justice, Not Vengeance’

by Brooke Jarvis - YES! Magazine
Wednesday 4 May 2011
A 9/11 widow on working for peace when the world expects you to want revenge Following the news that Osama bin Laden, the man responsible for the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, had been killed by U.S. forces in Pakistan, many Americans took to the streets to celebrate. Draped in (...) > continue


Spiegel Online

Military Justice: Secrecy Shrouds Guantanamo Hearings

By Mathieu von Rohr in Guantanamo
Saturday 7 September 2013
The biggest terrorism trial in American history has yet to begin, but many are already questioning whether it can approach fairness. Aggressive surveillance tactics, an ongoing detainee hunger strike and questions about the future of the camp are overshadowing ongoing pre-trial hearings. Ramzi (...) > continue


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Talat Hamdani, Mother of 9/11 Victim

Democracy Now
Monday 2 May 2011
Talat Hamdani, Mother of 9/11 Victim: I Hope Death of Bin Laden Moves Country Toward Peace, Away from Revenge and Killing New York City Police Cadet Mohammed Salman Hamdani died on Sept. 11 after he raced to the Twin Towers to help survivors. He earned a mention in the USA PATRIOT Act for (...) > continue


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