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An up-to-date list of major press coverage of CCR's work, "CCR in the News" provides summaries of each article's content, the publication and publication date, as well as a scanned version of the original article. The scanned articles can be viewed or downloaded as pdf files.
Currently "CCR in the News" covers the last two years of our major press coverage.
President's detention plan raises difficult issues of law and fairness.
Frustration builds up in Guantanamo with low likelihood of freedom under President Obama.
His death, which would be the fifth prisoner suicide at the detention center, renews criticism of U.S. policy and calls for Obama to keep his promise to close the offshore prison.
Landmark human rights trial Wiwa v. Shell to begin jury selection on Tuesday in lower Manhattan.
Warren reacts to President Obama and Vice President Dick Cheney’s dueling speeches on torture. Warren took part in a secret meeting Wednesday between Obama and several human rights groups. Warren says although he welcomes Obama’s…
Vincent Warren speaks with Rachel Maddow after President Obama's national security speech about Guantanamo detainees and prolonged detention on Thursday, May 21, 200. To watch the full episode, click here.
A stockpile of documents about hundreds of Guantanamo Bay detainees, some written by the prisoners themselves, could be destroyed under a little-known provision of a federal court order the Bush administration obtained in 2004...
A long-awaited internal Justice Department report promises to shed some much-needed light on the relationship between the Justice Department lawyers who wrote the infamous "torture memos" and the White House. The central question, of course: Whether the…
NEW YORK (AP) — Ken Saro-Wiwa Jr. has been fighting for more than 13 years to make his late father's prediction come true. It will happen this month when relatives of victims of the Nigerian government's violent…
Twice the immigration judge asked the woman’s name. Twice she gave it: Xiu Ping Jiang. But he chided her, a Chinese New Yorker, for answering his question before the court interpreter had translated it into Mandarin. “Ma’am, we’re…