Guantánamo Bay: What and Why It Is

Guantánamo Bay Detention Camp is a group of high security prisons run by the U.S. military located at Guantánamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba. After 9/11, the U.S. administration reestablished Guantánamo Bay Detention Camp as a holding facility for people deemed “unlawfull combatants” like people who may have links to so called terrorist organizations. Guantánamo has long been grabbing controversial headlines over alleged torture environment what’s been believed to be created by the U.S. administration
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