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On Monday, the first trial over force-feeding Guantanamo detainees begins. The man behind the case is a prisoner named Abu Wa’el Dhiab. He’s been at Guantanamo for 12 years.

Guantanamo Bay Force Feeding Trial

On Monday, the first trial over force-feeding Guantanamo detainees begins. The man behind the case is a prisoner named Abu Wa’el Dhiab. He’s been at Guantanamo for 12 years.

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