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Camp Delta justice urged

The heads of 10 leading law bodies around the world call on the US today to give a “fair and lawful trial” to prisoners detained at Guantanamo Bay and be a “beacon of justice in an unjust world”. In a letter to the Guardian, law society chairmen and presidents, including those from Britain, France, Sweden, Australia and Canada, express misgivings about the US plan to put foreign prisoners held at Camp Delta in Cuba before partially secret military tribunals without juries. Human rights groups have voiced concern about the treatment and fate of the 650 or so prisoners, who include nine Britons, seized during the war in Afghanistan and accused of being members of the Taliban or al-Qaida. Full Story

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