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Reprieve's submission to the Foreign Affairs Committee detailing illegal rendition and detention on the British Overseas Territory of Diego Garcia.
This article is a plea for help in tracing those ultimately responsible for the rendition to torture of Binyam Mohamed, who spent seven years suffering one form of degradation or another, from Pakistan to Morocco to Afghanistan to Guantánamo Bay.
Reprieve client Binyam Mohamed issues a statement through Clive Stafford Smith following his release from Guantanamo Bay.
Reprieve report on Torture in the Twenty-First Century: Refuting the ‘incredible’ US statement that Binyam Mohamed’s Description of his CIA-sponsored torture in Morocco is ‘not credible’
Binyam Mohamed’s torture odyssey from Goldhawk Road to Guantánamo Bay.
Reprieve and Cageprisoners report on mass rendition, incommunicado detention and possible torture of foreign nationals in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia.
A summary of the litigation Reprieve is conducting on behalf of Binyam Mohamed and others in the US against Jeppeson Dataplan.
Clive Stafford Smith's briefing on the 2006 prisoner suicides in Guantánamo Bay.
Clive Stafford Smith writes an article in the Socialist Lawyer, March 2006 calling for the release of the remaining eight Briton's still held in Guantánamo Bay.
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