Guantánamo

November 7, 2007 10:32 PM

Some detainees turn in their Korans

Seventy percent of the 320 or so captives currently keep Korans -- 30 percent, or nearly 100, of the men do not.

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    The Miami Herald paid a visit to the Homebrewers Association at the U.S. Navy base in southeast Cuba, best known for its war on terror prison.