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Lawyers cite Guantanamo concessions

US said to be negotiating with prisoners

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / August 13, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- The US military is negotiating with prisoners at Guantanamo Bay prison and meeting some demands for improved living conditions -- including bottled water at every meal, better food, and more access to books -- according to two attorneys who separately learned of the development during recent visits with inmate clients. (Full article: 982 words)

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