A group of United Nations rights experts have welcomed US President Joe Biden's goal to close the Guantanamo Bay prison, urging Washington to ensure crimes committed there are punished. However, Joe Bidens previous boss made that comment also, but was unsuccessful.
Why is it difficult to close a prison that is known to have committed grave human rights violations, including torture, and imprisonment without charge? The The Debate's guests exchange views on this issue.
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