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Put cleared detainees in a hotel, lawyer says

Fears of repression keep them on base

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / July 26, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- In small bunkhouses surrounded by green fences at Guantanamo Bay, 16 Chinese and Uzbek Muslim men are approaching their fourth anniversary as prisoners of America. They live like convicted criminals: confined to small spaces far from their families and watched by guards. (Full article: 956 words)

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