A detainee can be seen beyond the fence at Guantanamo's Camp 4 in September. U.S. military often brought visitors to Guantanamo to the camp to see and photograph detainees. The camp was closed in January for renovation. This photo was approved for publication by U.S. military censors.
A detainee can be seen beyond the fence at Guantanamo's Camp 4 in September. U.S. military often brought visitors to Guantanamo to the camp to see and photograph detainees. The camp was closed in January for renovation. This photo was approved for publication by U.S. military censors. Mark Seibel / MCT
A detainee can be seen beyond the fence at Guantanamo's Camp 4 in September. U.S. military often brought visitors to Guantanamo to the camp to see and photograph detainees. The camp was closed in January for renovation. This photo was approved for publication by U.S. military censors. Mark Seibel / MCT

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