U.S. Keeps 11 Guantanamo Detainees Jailed

A U.S. military review panel at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, ordered 11 detainees to remain held as “enemy combatants,” an official said Tuesday. At least 234 review hearings have been held and 101 decisions have been announced, said Navy Lt. Cmdr. Daryl Borgquist, a spokesman for the so-called Combatant Status Review Tribunals. Specifics of the decisions announced Tuesday were not released. The review panels have so far ordered one prisoner released, to Pakistan, after deciding he was improperly held for more than two years as an “enemy combatant,” a classification giving fewer legal protections than that of a prisoner of war. Others have been ordered to remain in detention. Full Story

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