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Guantanamo Terrorism Trial Comes to Abrupt Halt

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Guantanamo Terrorism Trial Comes to Abrupt Halt

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Guantanamo Terrorism Trial Comes to Abrupt Halt

Guantanamo Terrorism Trial Comes to Abrupt Halt

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A terrorism trial at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, came to an abrupt halt Monday after a federal judge ruled that the defendant had not been given a chance to show he is a prisoner of war. Salim Ahmed Hamden's lawyers had challenged his detention in federal court. Hear NPR's Jackie Northam.