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Guantanamo Security Breaches Probed

Two dozen investigators began searching for possible security breaches Thursday at the U.S. prison camp for terror suspects, where espionage charges have heightened tensions among soldiers. On Wednesday, investigators from the Miami-based U.S. Southern Command reported to the island, following by a day the arrival of five non-American-born Arabic interpreters contracted by the same company that employed an American translator accused of spying. Investigators will try to establish how a translator already under investigation got secret clearance and was allowed onto the base, and how a second translator managed to leave with classified information. In addition, a Muslim chaplain is under investigation after allegedly leaving with diagrams of the prison layout. The translators, from San Diego-based Titan Corp., came here as officials sought to boost security by closely monitoring e-mail messages, asking troops to report suspicious behavior, and postponing the assignment of another Muslim chaplain. Full Story

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