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Guantanamo Uighurs placed in ‘nightmarish’ solitary

The US placed ethnic Uighur detainees from China at its Guantanamo prison under extremely brutal solitary confinement after they petitioned for their release in December, a lawyer has said in a court motion. The government has imposed on the men “a regimen of isolation and cruelty unheard of in penal or military law, and unknown to civilized people,” the motion said. In a court filing in early December, lawyers for seven of the men alleged that some of them had been held in Guantanamo for five years in a political deal between Washington and Beijing. Full Story

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