Snapshots: Amnesty International events on the sixth anniversary of Guantánamo

Amnesty International is leading worldwide events, rallies and meetings to mark the sixth anniversary of the first transfers of detainees to the US detention centre in Guantánamo. Pictures of some of the actions organized around the world will be available for media use in the page. 

We will also publish Video images of actions around the world as we receive them. Check out this page

For many more images and information about the events around the anniversary, please visit our activists blog and the Counter Terror With Justice page in Flickr.

If you need pictures in a different resolution, the videos or for any other request, please contact  Howard Hudson in the press office: Phone: +44 207 413 5831, Mobile: +44 79 83 383 765, Email: hhudson@amnesty.org  

 

IN AUSTRALIA

Close Guantánamo action in Sydney, Australia, 11 January 2008


Author: Please quote the photographer Simon Freeman.

Close Guantánamo action in Sydney, Australia, 11 January 2008


Author: Please quote the photographer Simon Freeman.

IN GREECE

AI Greece - Close Guantánamo sixth anniversary action


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IN LUXEMBOURG

 

Action in solidarity with Guantánamo detainees.

 

 

 

 


 

 

IN SPAIN

 

Ex-Guantánamo detainee Ruhal Ahmed reading Poems from Guantánamo in Madrid

 

 

 

 

 

IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 

Close Guantánamo action in front of the US Embassy in London, UK, 10 January 2008


Kate Allen, director of Amnesty International UK, and Jiva Parthipan , Sri Lankan performance artist, are in the cage
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Close Guantánamo action in front of the US Embassy in London, UK, 10 January 2008


Jiva Parthipan , Sri Lankan performance artist, is in the cage.
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IN THE PHILIPPINES

Close Guantánamo demonstration near the US embassy in Manila (Philippines), with activists from Amnesty International and the Un

 

 

 

 

 


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