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Prisoner who wrote ‘Guantánamo Diary,’ a memoir of his detention, is freed

The prisoner who wrote “Guantánamo Diary,” a memoir of fear and forgiveness in the war on terror, was sent home Monday to his native Mauritania in West Africa. Mohamedou Ould … Click to Continue »
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