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Part 1 of the secret diaries of Abu Zubaydah reveals a troubled path from studying in India to battling in Afghanistan
What the Bush administration has argued about the nature of the Guantanamo captive’s involvement in al-Qaeda
Commentary: How NSA scrutiny is forcing journalists to resort to old-school tactics
The Guantanamo detainee's diary reveals complexity of Al-Qaeda's milieu in months leading up to the Sept. 11 attacks
The writings bear unprecedented witness to events around the 2001 attacks and detail his desires to carry on the fight
Terror suspect’s diaries reveal psychology of a man seeking to inflict violence on West and enjoy soft drinks, pop music
Abu Zubaydah’s writings reveal emotions and ideas that experts say are typical of men who have taken up Al-Qaeda’s cause
On the anniversary of Abu Zubaydah’s capture, his childhood friend remembers the boy behind the mujahed.
Exclusive: Intelligence Committee probe concluded some techniques used in CIA interrogations were not legally authorized
Lawyers for the detainees allege that they were tortured by the CIA in a remote Polish prison
Task force says US policy violates medical standards, permitting torture and other abuses
Lawyers for three inmates hope to persuade a federal judge to stop nasal tube feeding at the Cuban facility
Abu Zubaydah on why he went to Afghanistan
The original documents were discovered at the safehouse in Pakistan where the Saudi-born Palestinian was found by the U.S. in 2002.