Guantánamo

March 19, 2013 7:36 AM

Guantánamo hunger strike grows; military says total now 24

Navy medical staff were treating two captives suffering dehydration in the prison camp hospital at Guantánamo as the military disclosed Tuesday that the number of hunger strikers had risen to 24.

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