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Military Opens Security Probe at Guantanamo

The U.S. military has sent a team to the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to find any gaps in security after the arrest of a Muslim chaplain and two Arabic-language translators on suspicion of espionage, officials said on Wednesday. About a dozen investigators sent by U.S. Southern Command will assess security procedures at the base, where the United States is holding about 660 foreign terrorism suspects from 42 countries without charges, officials said. The FBI would join the assessment team if asked by Southern Command, a U.S. law enforcement official said. “They’re coming down to give us feedback on what they see and what they think of our operation. They bring in a fresh viewpoint, a new eye,” said Lt. Col Pamela Hart, a spokeswoman at Guantanamo, adding that officials at the base were conducting their own security review as well. Full Story

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