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Germany takes in two Arab captives from Guantánamo

Sep 20th, 2010 Current Affairs

An article published in The Miami Herald on 9/16/2010, entitled "Germany takes in two Arab captives from Guantanamo," reveals that the Pentagon has reduced its Guantanamo prison camps census to 174 captives, having sent two Arabs to resettlement in Hamburg, Germany.

Der Speigel, a leading German newspaper identified one man as Ahmed Mohammed al Shurfa, a stateless man of Palestinian descent born in Saudi Arabia. The second was identified as Mahmoud Salim, a Syrian citizen who would be resettled in western Germany. 

Germany marks the 15th nation to accommodate a transfer from a Guantanamo. For the full text of the article, click here

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