Guantanamo

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a city in southeastern Cuba

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Breveted to first lieutenant on 13 June 1898, for `distinguished service in the battle at Guantanamo, Cuba.
NAVFAC Southeast's area of responsibility includes South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Andros Island in the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, and Guantanamo, Cuba.
military base in Guantanamo, Cuba after making several rule changes, including barring statements obtained under harsh interrogation and making it more difficult to use hearsay evidence.
SANAA: Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh said yesterday that his country had rejected a US proposal to send 94 Yemeni detainees from the military prison in Guantanamo, Cuba, to Saudi Arabia to be rehabilitated.
Both George Bush, the US president, and Dick Cheney, the US vice-president, have rejected allegations that the US tortured suspects being held at the US facility in Guantanamo, Cuba.
The ruling has allowed the Pentagon to continue the use of military commissions to try people detained at Guantanamo, Cuba.
Born in Guantanamo, Cuba in 1958, one month before Fidel Castro began his revolution and educated as a young communist, it is unsurprising that Raul does not lay claim to a particular denomination.
Earlier this month it emerged that Mr Begg and Feroz Abbasi, aged 23, could be among the first detainees at the American-run detention camp in Guantanamo, Cuba, to face trial by military tribunal.
naval base in Guantanamo, Cuba, are criminals, not prisoners of war (POWs).
While his future prospects are sweet, he says he might not be able to share the joy with his mom back in Guantanamo, Cuba, because of a recent dispute between the two countries.
government has played a part in this failure, and described the detention facility at Guantanamo, Cuba, as "the gulag of our times.
But US officials privately acknowledged they had been stung by the recent international outcry over the treatment of alleged al Qaida and Taliban detainees at a US base in Guantanamo, Cuba.