Guantanamo: Now In Afghanistan?

The U.S. is considering holding international terror suspects at its Bagram airbase in Afghanistan. If approved, the facility north of Kabul could essentially become a new Guantanamo Bay, the notorious camp in Cuba that President Obama has pledged to close. Currently the U.S. administration is struggling with the task of relocating over 180 inmates still held at Guantanamo. But the Bagram solution is being opposed by senior officials in Washington, including the top commander of NATO troops in Afghanistan. They fear it could jeopardize stabilization efforts in the country.

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