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Arab govts silent on Guantanamo

Arab leaders seem strangely reticent about Guantanamo, even after the deaths of three Arabs at the US prison camp stirred outrage around the world. Critics say some are wary of offending the United States, others are glad that potential troublemakers are locked up and all know their own treatment of prisoners bears little scrutiny. The European Union may press President George W. Bush at an EU-US summit on Wednesday to close the camp, but no such calls have come from Arab governments whose nationals form the bulk of the 460 prisoners held there without trial or access to lawyers. Full Story

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