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The crude chain-link cages known as Camp X-Ray were used for about three and a half months and replaced by a series of more permanent prisons. The United States has since held 779 men at the facility and 162 remain. Lehnert noted that many had been
International Trade South Florida trade is down more than 2 percent through the first nine months of the year in the customs district. Three weeks after the first Obama era parole-board hearing at Guantanamo, a step toward realizing the White House
The administration can transfer more prisoners from Guantanamo Bay to foreign countries. The Pentagon cannot move any of the prisoners into the United States, but the law relaxes the restrictions on moving them overseas. The bill allows the military
A federal court has declined to get involved in a dispute over medical care for an obese prisoner in declining health at the Guantanamo Bay detention center. Lawyers for Tarek El-Sawah were claiming that doctors at the U.S. base in Cuba were not
Federal appeals court judges are questioning whether the government has gone too far in searching the genital areas of Guantanamo detainees who want to meet with their lawyers. At a hearing Monday, Judge Thomas Griffith suggested the practice was "
A British resident locked up at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was heartened by a letter from Foreign Secretary William Hague , a prisoner rights activist said. Hague wrote to Shaker Aamer to assure him the government was still trying to reunite him with his
The US military will no longer make the number of inmates on hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay public knowledge, a spokesman has revealed, eliminating what had become an unofficial guage of conditions at the secretive military prison. The announcement
A spokesman for the Guantanamo Bay prison says the U.S. military will no longer disclose to the media and public whether prisoners are on hunger strike. The policy change announced by Navy Cmdr. John Filostrat is a break from the past at the U.S.
A military judge has ordered the prison at Guantanamo to let defense attorneys photograph scars on the ankles and wrists of the waterboarded, alleged 9/11 mastermind, Khalid Sheik Mohammed, to preserve evidence in his death-penalty case...James Pohl
The Obama administration's effort to close the Guantanamo Bay prison has hit a new stumbling block with some detainees now fighting the administration's push to have them repatriated. Two Algerian citizens held at the U.S. base in Cuba are fighting a