Guantanamo Bay

Congress OKs Bill Banning Guantanamo Detainees From USCongress passed a bill that bans moving Guantanamo Bay detainees to the United States - something President Barack Obama has been trying to do since he came into office.
Pentagon Scouts Colorado Sites For Guantanamo PrisonersCalling it an informational visit only, a team Pentagon officials is in Colorado to check out potential sites to hold prisoners from the U.S. base at Guantanamo Bay.
Castro's About-Face On U.S. Relations Generates Local, Natl. Talk A local Cuban political prisoners gathered along with other exile organizations just one day after Cuba’s leader Raul Castro had some major demands for the U.S.
Raul Castro: US Must Return Guantanamo For Normal RelationsCuban President Raul Castro made some major demands of the United States on Wednesday.
Protesters March In Doral Demanding Guantanamo ShutdownAbout 60 people marched through Doral on Sunday as part of a protest to shut down the Guantanamo Bay detention center.
Guantánamo Judge Allows Lawyers To Take Photos of Scars of Alleged 9/11 "Mastermind"A military judge has ordered the prison at Guantánamo Bay to allow attorneys to take pictures of the scars of the accused Sept.11 mastermind, who was allegedly water boarded.
Military Mother's Surprise Homecoming Crowds cheered on at the Bank United Center Sunday while two children got an unexpected surprise. Their mother, Sergeant Towana Thompson, was back home from military service after nearly a year of being away.
Obama Taps Sloan To Help Close Gitmo PrisonPresident Barack Obama has taken another step toward shutting down prison holding facility at the Guantanamo Bay naval base in Cuba.
Guantanamo Bay's Last Cuban Employees RetireGuantanamo Bay, Cuba's infamous navy base, no longer has Cuban employees: Luis La Rosa and Harry Henry retired.
Guantanamo Moving Prisoners Into Shelters, Evacuating OthersLawyers and reporters are being airlifted off base by noon Thursday, and captives are being moved into hurricane-proof shelters.
U.S. Military Photographer Cuts Deal On Passport Fraud ChargeA military photographer who served in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay has reached a deal with federal prosecutors in Miami on charges that he made false statement on a U.S. passport application.
Former Military Photographer Faces Fraud ChargesA former Guantanamo Bay photographer is facing federal fraud charges Miami after authorities said he made a false statement in applying for a U.S. passport in 2006.

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