At left, Salman Rabei’i of Yemen, whose indefinite detention status has been upheld and, at right, Bostan Karim of Afghanistan, who was approved for transfer to security arrangements on June 2, 2016. WikiLeaks provided their photos to McClatchy newspapers, along with their prisoner profiles.
At left, Salman Rabei’i of Yemen, whose indefinite detention status has been upheld and, at right, Bostan Karim of Afghanistan, who was approved for transfer to security arrangements on June 2, 2016. WikiLeaks provided their photos to McClatchy newspapers, along with their prisoner profiles.
At left, Salman Rabei’i of Yemen, whose indefinite detention status has been upheld and, at right, Bostan Karim of Afghanistan, who was approved for transfer to security arrangements on June 2, 2016. WikiLeaks provided their photos to McClatchy newspapers, along with their prisoner profiles.

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June 03, 2016 03:23 PM

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