A view of the the U.S. Naval Station base in Guantanamo Bay Cuba. Guards and prisoners fought Saturday, as inmates were moved into individual cells instead of communal housing. Suzette Laboy/AP hide caption

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Luis La Rosa, left, and Harry Henry on one of their last days at work on the U.S. Naval Station Base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Suzette Laboy/AP hide caption

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At Guantanamo Hearing, Alleged Cole Mastermind Is 'All Swagger'
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Guantanamo Papers Reveal A Great Deal, Reporter Says
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Dina Temple-Raston
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