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Rethinking Guantanamo Bay
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Rethinking Guantanamo Bay

Rethinking Guantanamo Bay

Rethinking Guantanamo Bay
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The government considers plans for suspected terrorists detained at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and what is next for the prison itself. The Pentagon refuses to discuss its plans publicly, but privately, military officials say they are looking at ways to reduce the number of detainees by more than half.

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