Can We Have a Discussion about Releasing the Majority of the Guantanamo Prisoners?by Andy Worthington
Apr. 14, 2013
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With the prisonwide hunger strike at Guantanamo now entering its third month, conditions at the prison have come under sustained scrutiny for the first time in many years, and media outlets, both domestic and international, have learned, or have been reminded, that 166 men remain at the prison.