The European Court of Human Rights, pictured, ruled that Khaled el-Masri was mistaken for a terrorist and abducted by officials acting on behalf of the U.S. government.
In that case, however, U.S. officials publicly disclosed beforehand that Awlaki was the first U.S. citizen added to a list of terrorism suspects subject to lethal a human rights group based in
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Now a Chandigarh-based NGO, Global Human Rights Council (GHRC), has come to his aid and registered a complaint with the general secretary of United Nations in the case. “This is an example of sheer violation of human rights.
The case against human rights not as a matter of official policy, but as a matter of practice. As was so often the case during the cold war, the conflict was zero-sum. Either you supported
Dec 14, 2012 · BERLIN — A German man who was mistaken for a terrorist and abducted nine years ago won a measure of redress on Thursday when the European Court of Human Rights ruled that his rights had been
This wasn’t a case of mistaken identity or wrongful imprisonment. Omar Khadr admitted to killing an American soldier — but was still awarded $10.5m by Canada’s supreme court, and an official apology by the Canadian government, for violating his civil rights.