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The Future Of Guantanamo Bay's Detention Facility

Lawmakers are once again focusing their attention on the future of the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay in the wake of a hunger strike by inmates and renewed calls by the president to shut it down. Several members of the Washington region's local congressional delegation made a point of travelling to Cuba to inspect the facility themselves. We explore the options left on the table for Guantanamo, which still holds more than 150 detainees.

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