The guantanamo bay detention camp is a united states military prison located within guantanamo bay naval base, also referred to as guantánamo or gtmo (/ ˈ ɡ ɪ t m oʊ /), which is on the coast of guantánamo bay in cuba. Local news and multimedia about guantanamo bay naval base (cuba) al-darbi could encourage — or discourage — other detainees from cooperating in exchange for a deal to leave the prison. The plan for closing guantánamo bay prison the defense department is submitting this plan to congress for closing the prison at guantánamo bay, cuba president obama said the proposal has his.
Detainees: the first detainees arrived at the guantanamo bay detention facility on january 11, 2002 since it opened, 780 detainees have been held there the bush administration transferred over 500 detainees out of the prison, and the obama administration has transferred 197.
Guantanamo inmates to get us court hearing to demand trial or release trump faces guantánamo bay decision that could undermine fight against isis bush-era officials warn keeping prison. 779 prisoners have been held by the us military at guantánamo since the prison opened on january 11, 2002 of those, 729 have been to the us to be tried, and nine have died, the most recent being adnan latif, in september 2012 40 men are still held, and five of these men were recommended for release by high-level governmental review.
Guantánamo bay detention camp: guantánamo bay detention camp, us detention facility on the guantánamo bay naval base, located on the coast of guantánamo bay in southeastern cuba constructed in stages starting in 2002, the guantánamo bay detention camp (often called gitmo, which is also a name for the naval base) was used to.
The number of detainees held at the us prison at guantanamo bay, cuba, has slowly shrunk from hundreds to the current count of 91 all would be transferred somewhere else under president obama's.