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Issue Brief | April 16, 2016
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The prison at Guantanamo Bay, which now holds 80 detainees, is vastly more expensive to operate than the equivalent federal prisons. Indeed, it’s come to be called “the most expensive prison on earth...
Factsheet | April 16, 2016
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Download The Detainees Detainees currently held at Guantánamo: 80. Total number of detainees ever incarcerated at Guantánamo: 780. Detainees released under President Bush: Over 500...
Factsheet | April 16, 2016
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Download Closing Guantánamo is a “national security imperative” according to the Department of Defense.  Guantánamo is a symbol of the failed war in Iraq, torture, and delayed justice for...
Factsheet | April 16, 2016
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Total Guantanamo Bay Prison Facility Costs Cost of Guantanamo prison facility up to the end of 2015: $5.687 billion Cost for 2015: $445 million Not included in above costs: Cost...
Testimony | April 15, 2016
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Statement by Susan Corke at OSCE Supplementary Human Dimension Meeting, April 2016 - Session III: Responses to Intolerance and Discrimination, Including Hate Crimes, Hate Speech and Hate on...
Profile | April 14, 2016
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Human Rights Defenders and Political Prisoners in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain Saudi Arabia: Waleed Abu al-Khair: Imprisoned in Saudi Arabia on Politicized Charges...
Report | April 12, 2016
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Violent hate crime continues to be a serious human rights problem in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) region. The rise of far-right groups, which are...
Factsheet | April 11, 2016
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Download Federal civilian criminal courts have convicted more than 500 individuals on terrorism-related charges since 9/11. Military commissions have convicted only eight. Federal court...

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