Afghan detainees, from top left: Mohammed Zahir, who got to Guantánamo in November 2003; Abdul Ghani, who got there in January 2003. Bottom left: Shawali Khan, who got to Guantánamo in February 2003 and Khil Ali Gul, who, got there in March 2003. The U.S. military photos were taken from 2008 Guantánamo detainee profiles provided to McClatchy Newspaper by the anti-secrecy Wikileaks group.
Afghan detainees, from top left: Mohammed Zahir, who got to Guantánamo in November 2003; Abdul Ghani, who got there in January 2003. Bottom left: Shawali Khan, who got to Guantánamo in February 2003 and Khil Ali Gul, who, got there in March 2003. The U.S. military photos were taken from 2008 Guantánamo detainee profiles provided to McClatchy Newspaper by the anti-secrecy Wikileaks group. Department of Defense
Afghan detainees, from top left: Mohammed Zahir, who got to Guantánamo in November 2003; Abdul Ghani, who got there in January 2003. Bottom left: Shawali Khan, who got to Guantánamo in February 2003 and Khil Ali Gul, who, got there in March 2003. The U.S. military photos were taken from 2008 Guantánamo detainee profiles provided to McClatchy Newspaper by the anti-secrecy Wikileaks group. Department of Defense

4 Afghans returned home from Guantánamo

December 20, 2014 09:52 AM

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