The Obama administration envoys for the closure of Guantánamo prison — the Pentagon’s Paul Lewis, left, and the State Department’s Lee Wolosky — testify before the House Foreign Relations Committee, Thursday, July 7, 2016.
The Obama administration envoys for the closure of Guantánamo prison — the Pentagon’s Paul Lewis, left, and the State Department’s Lee Wolosky — testify before the House Foreign Relations Committee, Thursday, July 7, 2016. Screen grab from House Foreign Relations Committee’s video stream
The Obama administration envoys for the closure of Guantánamo prison — the Pentagon’s Paul Lewis, left, and the State Department’s Lee Wolosky — testify before the House Foreign Relations Committee, Thursday, July 7, 2016. Screen grab from House Foreign Relations Committee’s video stream

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