On Dec. 31, 2007, a federal appeals court blocked the Bush administration from transferring detainee Ahmed Belbacha from Guantánamo Bay to Algeria, where the prisoner says his life would be in danger from the government and al Qaeda.
On Dec. 31, 2007, a federal appeals court blocked the Bush administration from transferring detainee Ahmed Belbacha from Guantánamo Bay to Algeria, where the prisoner says his life would be in danger from the government and al Qaeda. Courtesy of Reprieve legal defense organization
On Dec. 31, 2007, a federal appeals court blocked the Bush administration from transferring detainee Ahmed Belbacha from Guantánamo Bay to Algeria, where the prisoner says his life would be in danger from the government and al Qaeda. Courtesy of Reprieve legal defense organization

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