These are the two men who were repatriated to Saudi Arabia Dec. 14 after more than a decade, never charged, as Guantanamo prisoners. At left, Hamood Abdulla Hamood, in a photo taken by the U.S. military and provided to McClatchy newspapers by WikiLeaks. At right, Saad Muhammed Qahtani, posing for the International Committee of the Red Cross at Guantanamo in an image released by his attorney.
These are the two men who were repatriated to Saudi Arabia Dec. 14 after more than a decade, never charged, as Guantanamo prisoners. At left, Hamood Abdulla Hamood, in a photo taken by the U.S. military and provided to McClatchy newspapers by WikiLeaks. At right, Saad Muhammed Qahtani, posing for the International Committee of the Red Cross at Guantanamo in an image released by his attorney.
These are the two men who were repatriated to Saudi Arabia Dec. 14 after more than a decade, never charged, as Guantanamo prisoners. At left, Hamood Abdulla Hamood, in a photo taken by the U.S. military and provided to McClatchy newspapers by WikiLeaks. At right, Saad Muhammed Qahtani, posing for the International Committee of the Red Cross at Guantanamo in an image released by his attorney.

U.S. sends 2 Guantánamo prisoners home to Saudi Arabia

December 16, 2013 5:58 AM

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