Governments deal with the judicial aftershocks of Islamic militancy


Issue 858 - 25 Jul 2009 | 5 minute read

Dealing with a growing number of returned prisoners from Guantanamo Bay is burdening an already complex process of putting terror suspects on trial, testing relationships between states and exacerbating sectarian rifts

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