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Dispatches from Guantanamo: A week at the pre-trial 9/11 hearings brings the challenges of the remote island war court sharply into focus.
Dispatches from Guantanamo: US kept recordings about 9/11 secret until handing them in 2016 to alleged plotters' defence teams, prompting questions about what government agencies knew, and when.
Dispatches from Guantanamo: Abd al-Hadi al-Iraqi has been held at the infamous prison camp for 12 years. The military judge has just set his trial date for February 2020.
Dispatches from Guantanamo: The war court heard on Friday that preparations are being made for a wheelchair-accessible holding cell near the courtroom, with a monitor and a phone.
Dispatches from Guantanamo: Alleged al-Qaeda commander Abd al-Hadi al-Iraqi has been suffering from a spinal condition and chronic back pain. On Monday, the war court heard from his neurosurgeon.
Tanabel - one New Yorker's response to Donald Trump's 'Muslim Ban' - employs refugee women who are exceptional chefs, bringing mouth-watering feasts to Brooklyn.
The New Arab Meets: Rashida Tlaib, who is hoping to be the first Muslim American woman ever elected to the United States Congress.
Exclusive: The Egyptian superstar talks to The New Arab about his exciting new role, life under Sisi and the lessons from history we can't afford to ignore.
Comment: France's Muslims are coming under pressure to toe the Republican line, but for many, the values of the Republic are simply a vehicle for anti-Muslim sentiment, writes Katy Stone