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Canadian teen faces US ‘war on terror’ tribunal

A Canadian teenager accused of killing a US soldier told a US military tribunal he would boycott the trial after he was placed in solitary confinement at the Guantanamo detention camp. “I am bocyotting these procedures until I am treated humanely and fairly,” said Omar Ahmed Khadr, 19, reading from a statement in a nervous voice. Khadr declared the boycott because he was recently moved into solitary confinement at the Guantanamo prison “for no apparent reason,” his military defense lawyer, Lieutenant Colonel Colby Vokey, told the tribunal. Full Story

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