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Abuses in Counter-Terrorism

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    Abdel Hakim Belhadj

    Gaddafi opponent Abdel Hakim Belhadj is taking legal action against the UK Government and its security services for their part in the illegal rendition and barbaric treatment of both himself and his pregnant wife in March 2004.

  2. Muhammed al-Qawli

    Muhammed al-Qawli

    Muhammad Al-Qawli lost his brother and cousin to a U.S. drone strike in January 2013. The drone struck the men’s car after they gave a lift to paying passengers.

  3. Noor Khan and Kareem Khan

    Noor Khan

    Noor Khan is taking legal action against the UK government regarding its sharing of intelligence with the US for use in drone strikes in Pakistan. Noor Khan’s father was killed in a drone strike in Pakistan on 17 March 2011.

  4. Salem Ahmed bin Ali Jaber

    Salem Ahmed bin Ali Jaber and Waleed bin Ali Jaber

    Salem and Waleed, his nephew, were killed in a US drone strike in Hadramout, Yemen, on 29 August 2012.

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    Serdar Mohammed

    Currently held at the Afghan National Detention Facility (ANDF), Serdar Mohammed was badly abused following his detention by UK forces in April 2010.

  6. 2010_07_28 Sharif Mobley family pic from Nzinga

    Sharif Mobley

    Reprieve is working to save Sharif Mobley, an American citizen currently held in unlawful secret detention in Yemen, and facing a potential death sentence.

  7. Hamidullah

    The Bagram Seven

    Reprieve and its local partner, Justice Project Pakistan (JPP), are fighting a ground-breaking case in the Lahore High Court after identifying seven Pakistani prisoners and offering their families free legal assistance.

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    The Rehman Family

    Mammana Bibi was killed by a US drone in October, 2012. Two of her grandchildren were injured in the strike and their father, Momina's son, is now seeking answers from the US.

  9. Yunus Rahmatullah

    Yunus Rahmatullah

    Prisoner B, whom Reprieve has established is Yunus Rahmatullah, was held beyond the rule of law for over ten years in Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan.

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