USA: How to close Guant�namo? (Web Update)
11 January 2007 marks five years since the US authorities first transferred "war on terror" detainees to the detention camp in Guant�namo Bay, Cuba. Despite widespread international condemnation, hundreds of people of more than 30 nationalities are still there, without charge and with little hope of obtaining a fair trial. Though US authorities have repeatedly called the detainees "terrorists" and "killers", many have been released without charge.
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