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Charge or Release - Close Guantanamo Now

On the 16th anniversary of Guantanamo’s opening, Reprieve and the Centre for Constitutional Rights are launching a global movement with one aim – closing Guantanamo for good.

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Close Guantanamo

We help people who suffer extreme human rights abuses at the hands of the world's most powerful governments

2018: The end of Guantánamo

16 years since Guantanamo's opening - all you need to know about America's illegal prison, and the...

The 5 Most Important Things that Happened in the First Year of Trump’s Guantánamo

To mark one year of Donald Trump’s presidency, we bring you five of the key Guantánamo events that occurred during the first year of the Trump Presidency.

Kris Maharaj - an innocent men in a Miami jail

Chances are you’ve not heard of a millionaire British businessman called Kris Maharaj. He used to pit racehorses against the Queen’s, give generously to charity and throw lavish parties for high-society London in the Seventies.

Boris Johnson must act to halt executions in Bahrain

One year ago today, Bahrain executed three men who were arrested in the wake of protests and tortured into 'confessions.' Their names were Ali Al-Singrace, Abbas Al-Samea, and Sami Mushaima.

BREAKING: Guantánamo lawyers file mass challenge to Trump's policy

Continued detention is unconstitutional, because any legitimate rationale for initially detaining these men has long since expired...

7 things you didn't know about Guantanamo Bay

Over the last 15 years, the Government has attempted to suppress the truth about Guantanamo. In response, we have been working to bring the facts to the public. Here we bring you 7 facts that you may not know about America’s infamous illegal prison.

A warning 2 years on from mass execution

Two years on from a mass execution that saw political protesters – including children – killed Saudi Arabia shows no interest in halting a brutal wave of repression... By Maya Foa, Director of Reprieve

Visiting The British Man Spending His 30th Christmas In A US Jail

Last week, as soon as I got off the plane from Guantanamo Bay, I went to see my client Kris Maharaj, in Miami. It is hard to know what is more depressing – men being held in the Cuban prison base for 16 years without being charged with a crime, or Kris’ case.

Your birthday messages to Ali al-Nimr

Ali al-Nimr was sentenced to death as a child for the ‘crime’ of attending pro-democracy protests in Saudi Arabia. On Thursday 21st December, he spent his 23rd birthday on death row. Many of our supporters also left birthday messages for Ali. Here are five of our favourites.

5 worrying things we’ve learned from new Saudi execution numbers

Saudi Arabia has executed 137 people this year - 11 in just the last two weeks. Our team has analysed the numbers and uncovered some worrying trends. Here’s what we’ve learned.

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