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Laptops Are Screened at Guantanamo Base

U.S. troops are being ordered to surrender their laptop computers for security sweeps 72 hours before leaving the Guantanamo base in Cuba, officials said Tuesday. The new security precautions were announced as a team of military investigators wrapped up their assessment of security gaps at the Guantanamo base where 660 suspected terrorists are being held. The team arrived earlier this month after two interpreters and a Muslim chaplain were arrested on charges ranging from espionage to disobeying orders. Other security precautions were expected after the team briefed military officials at the base this week. “We all recognize it’s a necessary process,” said Army Lt. Col. Pamela Hart, detention mission spokeswoman. “There haven’t been any complaints.” Full Story

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