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US General Wants to Send Guantanamo Juveniles Home

The general in charge of the U.S. prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, wants to send home three boys under 16 whose detention provoked an outcry from human rights groups, a military official said on Friday. Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Miller will recommend that the Defense Department release the three to their home countries because they can provide no further useful information, a Guantanamo spokeswoman said. “It is true that when we do get the intelligence that we need from certain detainees that we do recommend that they’re released, returned back to their own countries,” said Lt. Col. Pamela Hart, a spokeswoman for the detention operation at the U.S. Naval Base in Guantanamo. Full Story

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