Guantánamo troops stand in formation in a changing of the guards at the U.S. Navy base in southeast Cuba on March 20, 2014. By Detention Center conditions of access, journalists must photograph prison staff from the neck down, submit their imagery to a soldier for approval and never name them.
Guantánamo troops stand in formation in a changing of the guards at the U.S. Navy base in southeast Cuba on March 20, 2014. By Detention Center conditions of access, journalists must photograph prison staff from the neck down, submit their imagery to a soldier for approval and never name them. EL NUEVO HERALD
Guantánamo troops stand in formation in a changing of the guards at the U.S. Navy base in southeast Cuba on March 20, 2014. By Detention Center conditions of access, journalists must photograph prison staff from the neck down, submit their imagery to a soldier for approval and never name them. EL NUEVO HERALD

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