The entrance to Camp America is seen at U.S. Guantanamo Naval Base, Cuba. After 14 years, the detention center appears to be winding down despite opposition in Congress to President Barack Obama’s intent to close the facility and confine the remaining prisoners someplace else. A military task force of 2,000 is now devoted to holding just 91 men. The number of detainees is expected to drop by a third this summer.
The entrance to Camp America is seen at U.S. Guantanamo Naval Base, Cuba. After 14 years, the detention center appears to be winding down despite opposition in Congress to President Barack Obama’s intent to close the facility and confine the remaining prisoners someplace else. A military task force of 2,000 is now devoted to holding just 91 men. The number of detainees is expected to drop by a third this summer. Ben Fox The Associated Press
The entrance to Camp America is seen at U.S. Guantanamo Naval Base, Cuba. After 14 years, the detention center appears to be winding down despite opposition in Congress to President Barack Obama’s intent to close the facility and confine the remaining prisoners someplace else. A military task force of 2,000 is now devoted to holding just 91 men. The number of detainees is expected to drop by a third this summer. Ben Fox The Associated Press

Lewis Diuguid: Stop the political rhetoric: Costly Guantanamo detention facility needs to close as soon as possible

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