Alleged terrorists held at a U.S. military prison in Afghanistan can challenge their detention in federal court, a U.S.
The wife of an imprisoned AIDS activist in China told CNN that Chinese police Saturday confined her to her home during the visit of U.S.
The Obama administration told a federal court late Friday it will maintain the Bush administration’s position that battlefield detainees held without charges by the United States in Afghanistan are not entitled to constitutional rights to challenge their detention. “Having considered the matter, the government adheres to its previously articulated position,” said a Justice Department document filed in federal court in Washington. In a controversial 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court last year ruled that detainees held at the U.S