Terrorism Trial Halted 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.

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.