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Obama Asks Australia To Take Guantanamo Detainees


Obama Asks Australia To Take Guantanamo Detainees | Reuters

The United States has made a new request for Australia to accept a group of detainees from Guantanamo Bay for resettlement, a government spokeswoman said on Saturday.

The request is the first by President Barack Obama's administration, which plans to close down the detention camp in Cuba within the next year.

Media reports have said the request involves a group of Uighurs from China's largely Muslim western province of Xinjiang. Beijing has reportedly been pressing Washington to return them to China, but U.S. officials have expressed concerns about their likely treatment there. Read more.

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Their treatment couldn't be any worse than the treatment they received under the government in the U.S.A.!! U.S. officials have a brass neck saying that.

Kind Regards

Clifford

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