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Guantanamo: 20 years of US torture

Twenty years ago today, the first prisoners arrived at the newly built camp x-ray prison at the US naval base in Cuba's Guantanamo Bay. It was supposed to be a makeshift jail and never intended to be permanent but from day one, it had an ambiguous legal status: outside normal US law, it housed what the military called “enemy combatants” not prisoners of war. 

The guests in this edition of The Spotlight shed more light on the issue.

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