Algeria ‘fed false information’ about terror suspect

Algeria ‘fed false information’ about terror suspect May, 24, 2006, http://news.pipex.com/Pipex/News/Story_Page/ 0,13319,5337_1242978,00.html The British Security Services were fed false information by the Algerian authorities about a terror suspect...

Families of the extradited ask explanations

Foreign ministry promised to release them soon Families of the extradited ask explanations El Khabar, June 22, 2006 Families of the two Algerian nationals, who were extradited by...

The Hostages of HMP Long Lartin

The Hostages of HMP Long Lartin http://www.cageprisoners.com/articles.php?id=14129 Letters written by the hostages at HMP Long Lartin  British people and the Muslim community have the right to know what...

Britain defends anti-terror measures

Britain defends anti-terror measures By Hannah K. Strange, UPI UK Correspondent, 26 April 2006 http://www.wpherald.com/storyview.php?StoryID=20060426-115014-4692r LONDON — Britain’s use of controversial memoranda of understanding to enable deportations of...

Algerian terror suspects want to go home

Algerian terror suspects want to go home · Hunger strikers’ letter to Guardian tells of despair · They say torture better than ‘cruelty’ in Britain Vikram Dodd, The...

UK fails to secure deal on Algerian deportees

UK fails to secure deal on Algerian deportees · Talks ended with only oral assurance on torture · Return of prisoners may contravene human rights Richard Norton-Taylor, The...

Terror suspect would rather face torture than endure UK controls

Terror suspect would rather face torture than endure UK controls By Terry Kirby, Chief Reporter, The Independent, 20 March 2006, http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/legal/article352370.ece Human rights and Muslim organisations have attacked...