Khadr and his lawyers also reportedly received a $10.5 million settlement
Omar Khadr still has the government reading his email, but he won't have to worry about returning to prison in Canada anytime in the near future.
In this excerpt from 'United in Hate', the coordinator of the anti-balaka movement in Carnot takes VICE News to a diamond mine he oversees, which was reclaimed from Muslim owners during the recent conflict.
VICE News goes to PK5, a predominantly Muslim enclave of the Central African Republic's capital of Bangui, which has seen some of the most violent and brutal fighting between Muslim and Christian communities since the start of the conflict.
VICE News goes to the Central African Republic, to witness a brutal fight for economic and political control and find out what's happening to those caught in the middle.
Court orders Omar Khadr released for the first time since his capture in Afghanistan in 2002, at the age of 15.
In a "confession," the Palestinian teen said he was recruited by Israel's Mossad after being encouraged to do so by his father and older brother.