This military handout photograph of a communal block inside Guantánamo’s Camp 6 on Oct. 25, 2010 shows the period before hunger strike and lockdown when captives had 24-hour access to the common area. It was in two such blocks that the captives in 2012 organized a Business School Behind Bars, and five drew up a business plan for a farming business in their native Yemen.
This military handout photograph of a communal block inside Guantánamo’s Camp 6 on Oct. 25, 2010 shows the period before hunger strike and lockdown when captives had 24-hour access to the common area. It was in two such blocks that the captives in 2012 organized a Business School Behind Bars, and five drew up a business plan for a farming business in their native Yemen. US NAVY
This military handout photograph of a communal block inside Guantánamo’s Camp 6 on Oct. 25, 2010 shows the period before hunger strike and lockdown when captives had 24-hour access to the common area. It was in two such blocks that the captives in 2012 organized a Business School Behind Bars, and five drew up a business plan for a farming business in their native Yemen. US NAVY

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