USA: Guantánamo detainees - Human rights are not negotiable
This brief paper discusses Amnesty International's concern for the two Australian and six UK nationals being held in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Amnesty International believes that the UK and Australia authorities should use their influence with their US counterparts to ensure compliance with, and not make compromises on, international fair trial and detention standards.
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