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David Hicks

UK opposes release of British detainees at Guantánamo
Senate-White House compromise sanctions CIA torture of detainees
After Supreme Court ruling against military commissions
White House, Congress seek to legalize kangaroo courts, torture
Australian government demands new “kangaroo court” for David Hicks
“Support for our struggle is growing”
David Hicks details abuse in Guantánamo Bay
International Red Cross charges systematic abuse Bush's "Torture Inc." at Guantanamo
Guantánamo Bay trial of David Hicks adjourned
Prisoner releases expose illegal nature of Guantanamo Bay detentions.
Father of Guantanamo Bay prisoner says son has been abused
Filmmaker speaks with WSWS about Guantanamo Bay and David Hicks

Guantanamo Bay detainee's family speaks with WSWS  Why isn't the US military up on trial for terrorism?

“Howard is clutching at straws, but they’re getting shorter”
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British court bows to US on Guantanamo Bay prisoners (added 18/)11/2002)

Australian families of Guantanamo Bay prisoners denounce US court ruling
(23 August 2002 )

Father of Australian POW denounces illegal detention at Guantanamo Bay

Mamdouh Habib
The Sydney man who was arrested without charge in Pakistan last October and is now also being held by the US military in Camp X-Ray.

New details of Australian involvement in the torture of Mamdouh Habib
Released Guantánamo inmate speaks out

Australian government persecutes released Guantánamo prisoner
Howard government backs US incarceration of second Australian in Camp X-Ray
Howard government complicit in detention of Australian citizen by US military

Hicks & Habib
Families of Guantanamo Bay prisoners launch US Supreme Court appeal
Australian and British governments claim military trials will be “fair”

Australian families of Guantanamo Bay prisoners denounce US court ruling

Australian prisoners in Guantanamo Bay send letters exposing their illegal detentio

Jack Thomas
Australian government backs imprisonment of Melbourne man in Pakistan

Jack Thomas is now FREE and back home in Australia. (more details here)
Pakistan to release Australian Jack Thomas after five months jail without charge

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  - 3 January 2003
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