USA: Act now for 17 Uighur men: Guantánamo detainees
Seventeen Uighur men have been in Guantánamo without charge or trial since 2002. In October 2008 a US District Court ordered their release into the USA, but the US administration appealed and the releases have been indefinitely postponed. This case card calls on the US authorities to release the 17 Uighur men into the USA.
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