A video of the alleged snacking comes only a few weeks after members of Israel's far right taunted prisoners with a barbecue cookout.
Even though California resident Agasi Vartanyan is experienced at hunger striking and doctors are keeping tabs on him, there's some danger in going almost two months without food.
A culture of criminalization increasingly shapes migrant life on both sides of the Atlantic.
A committee that advises the Secretary of Defense has recommended that military healthcare workers be allowed to bow out of medical procedures that violate their profession's code of ethics.
Anger at bad conditions and indefinite periods of detention has boiled over into widespread protest.
Former Guantanamo Bay guard and Army Staff Sergeant Joseph Hickman explains why he believes three detainee deaths at the detention facility were murders, not suicides.
Military officials at Guantanamo Bay are now allowing well-behaved hunger strikers to kick back and chillax during force-feeding sessions.
The facility that rebranded suicide attempts as "self-injurious behavior," and called shackles "humane restraints," outdid itself with the new euphemism they unveiled this year.
Gianna Toboni goes on a riveting tour of Gitmo, uncovering the very interesting politics of the camp's kitchen—and finding out what the food is like for the prisoners that aren't on hunger strike.
They're protesting their precarious position in the country—they can't legally live or work in Greece, but they can't leave either.