The four Yemeni men sent to Saudi on Jan. 5, 2016 from left: Mohammed Abu Ghanim, Mohammed Bwazir, Salem bin Kanad and Abdullah al Shibli. All four got to Guantánamo the year the detention center opened, three of them early enough to be held at the makeshift prison called Camp X-Ray, shown in a Pentagon photo. The detainee pictures were taken from their 2007 and 2008 prison profiles provided to McClatchy by WikiLeaks.
The four Yemeni men sent to Saudi on Jan. 5, 2016 from left: Mohammed Abu Ghanim, Mohammed Bwazir, Salem bin Kanad and Abdullah al Shibli. All four got to Guantánamo the year the detention center opened, three of them early enough to be held at the makeshift prison called Camp X-Ray, shown in a Pentagon photo. The detainee pictures were taken from their 2007 and 2008 prison profiles provided to McClatchy by WikiLeaks.
The four Yemeni men sent to Saudi on Jan. 5, 2016 from left: Mohammed Abu Ghanim, Mohammed Bwazir, Salem bin Kanad and Abdullah al Shibli. All four got to Guantánamo the year the detention center opened, three of them early enough to be held at the makeshift prison called Camp X-Ray, shown in a Pentagon photo. The detainee pictures were taken from their 2007 and 2008 prison profiles provided to McClatchy by WikiLeaks.

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