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December 25, 2008

Uncertainty shrouds 17 unusual Guantanamo detainees

At Camp Iguana, 17 Muslims from China taken captive in Afghanistan seven years ago now get Pepsi, Ping Pong and a 42-inch plasma screen for sports and religious videos. They asked to watch some soccer matches and got hours of World Cup and other highlights. What they can't get is an answer to the question of when they might leave this place, ordered by a judge in October, and what nation might grant them asylum.

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