Monthly Archives: February 2014

Missing Moazzam: For former Guantanamo detainee, the ordeal continues

“ “Sometimes knowing too much can be a curse”  I am missing the presence of Moazzam Begg as an important contributor to the daily political debate on terrorism and counter-terrorism on social media. A message came through earlier this week … Continue reading

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Pakistan: Warning letter on human rights abuses in state custody was ignored, Taliban kill 23 FC men in retaliation

TTP Mohmand Agency deliver news of  the killing of 23 Frontier Corps men in retaliation for killing of their men in state custody I have spent a great deal of my life condemning violent actions whether carried out by state, … Continue reading

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Drone victim Kareem Khan released from illegal detention in Pakistan

Reprieve press release February 14th 2014 A Pakistani drone victim who had been missing since being abducted from his home by men in police uniforms on February 5 has been released. Kareem Khan, who had not been heard from since … Continue reading

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Long march to protest “state terrorism” and the “disappeared” of Balochistan

    Families on the Long March for justice, “justice delayed is justice denied” The Voice of Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) began their first phase of a peaceful “Long March” against enforced disappearances on October 27th 2013. Protesters embarked on … Continue reading

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Ethan McCord, former soldier from Wikileaks “collateral murder” video running for Lt Governor, Kansas

    Ethan McCord, the soldier featured in the now infamous Wikileaks video leaked by Bradley  (now Chelsea) Manning, known as “Collateral Murder” who has been the subject of several films, including the Oscar nominated “Incident in New Baghdad” is running for … Continue reading

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Judge orders Pakistani intelligence services to produce missing drone victim

Reprieve press statement 12th February 2012 A Pakistani judge today ordered the country’s intelligence services to produce a victim of CIA drone strikes who has been missing since being seized from his Rawalpindi home a week ago. Kareem Khan, who … Continue reading

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British, German and Dutch MPs protest disappearance of Pakistani drone victim

Reprieve Press Statement 12th February 2014     Kareem Khan showing photos of relatives killed in US drone strike Parliamentarians from across Europe have written to the Pakistani Government to raise concerns over the disappearance of a drone strike victim … Continue reading

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