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Guantanamo inmates allowed mail from lawyers
Defence lawyers permitted by judge to communicate by with five 9/11 attack suspects on any case-related topic.
Last updated: 07 Nov 2013 14:21 GMT
At Guantanamo, a microcosm of the surveillance state
The military trials have been discredited by charges of tampering and monitoring of defence files, the author writes.
Last updated: 01 Oct 2013 10:05 GMT
US wants quicker hearings for 9/11 suspects
Prosecutors ask military court in Guantanamo Bay to bring five alleged plotters to trial in September 2014.
Last updated: 20 Aug 2013 20:59 GMT
US judge orders end to Guantanamo 'censors'
Military judge orders government to dismantle system that halted the public broadcast of hearings for prisoners.
Last updated: 01 Feb 2013 04:47 GMT
Self-described 9/11 plotter rails against US
Khaled Sheikh Mohammed accuses US president of torture and murder on third day of pre-trial hearing at Guantanamo Bay.
Last updated: 18 Oct 2012 06:33 GMT
9/11 hearings: Hear no evil
If the government prevails, observers at any of the 9/11 hearings would see, but not hear those on trial, writes Hajjar.
Last updated: 28 Aug 2012 10:50 GMT
Lawyer for 9/11 'mastermind' hits out at US
Guntanamo military commission trying five men accused of plotting deadly attacks described as "tainted beyond repair".
Last updated: 06 May 2012 19:21 GMT
Chaotic start to opening of 9/11 trial
Five men, including alleged mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, refuse to enter plea in US military court in Cuba.
Last updated: 06 May 2012 07:46 GMT
Guantanamo 9/11 arraignments to be broadcast
US judge rules that first stage of trial should be broadcast by closed-circuit TV due to significant public interest.
Last updated: 05 May 2012 13:32 GMT
Guantanamo detainee makes plea deal
Majid Khan, accused of helping al-Qaeda plot attacks in US, to co-operate on other cases in return for reduced sentence.
Last updated: 01 Mar 2012 07:37 GMT
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