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# Guantánamo

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Canada agrees to pay former Guantanamo detainee who admitted killing US soldier $10.5 million
Guantánamo lawyers banned from bringing detainees fast food and treats
Man who killed US soldier with a grenade when he was 15 freed from jail
'You'll all be needing healthcare': Taoiseach, Micheál Martin and Gerry Adams got excited in the Dáil
Sitdown Sunday: Police brutality, controversial circumcision, and the great Orson Welles
US (finally) releases details of the CIA's interrogation of terror suspects after 9/11
"I would still be in that black hole" - Guantanamo inmates taste freedom after a decade
Column: The abuse a US President – and the world – chooses to ignore
Colm O'Gorman
Pressure grows on Obama to free hunger strikers - or put them on trial
Guantanamo is a legal no man's land that 'needs to be closed'
Hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay prison enters seventh week
Hurricane Sandy kills 21 in Caribbean, takes aim at US
Hurricane Sandy strikes Cuba, Jamaica
Guantanamo's youngest detainee transferred to Canada
Italian court releases former Guantanamo detainee
Guantanamo 10 years on: hopes for closure fade, detainees remain in limbo
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
Michael Freeman
Each Guantánamo prisoner costs $800k a year to keep
US re-files charges against man accused of masterminding 9/11 attack
Al-Qaeda operative worked for MI6, according to Guantánamo files
Leaked Guantánamo files reveal Casio watch as sign of al-Qaeda training
Guantanamo detainee acquitted of most charges
Guantanamo Bay detainees get millions in compo from UK