Carol Rosenberg

Miami Herald

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In January the military prison at Guantánamo Bay will be ten years old.  About 171 prisoners remain from the 779 who've been housed there.

Annual Cost of Keeping One Prisoner at Guantanamo

In January the military prison at Guantánamo Bay will be ten years old.  About 171 prisoners remain from the 779 who've been housed there.

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In America's first war-crimes trial since World War II, a six-officer military commission found Osama bin Laden's former driver guilty of supporting terrorism.

Victory for Bin Laden's Driver at Guantanamo Sentencing

In America's first war-crimes trial since World War II, a six-officer military commission found Osama bin Laden's former driver guilty of supporting terrorism.

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