Two longtime detainees at the U.S.-run Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba who were returned home here Wednesday said that they were pleased about their release but that many at the prison were suffering from poor treatment that was harming their mental health. About 180 prisoners have been on a hunger strike for more than two weeks to protest the treatment and the lack of information about their cases, the two men said. The Pentagon denies any systematic abuse of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, and officials say the vast majority of the abuse allegations have been discredited. Full Story
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