After years of fading public interest in Guantanamo Bay and its prisoners, recent events have refocused our attention on the situation the United States has created there. More than 100 Guantanamo detainees are engaging in life-threatening hunger strikes, widely acknowledged to be the result of despair over their uncertain fates. In the months since the hunger strike was made public, politicians, non-governmental organizations, clergy, lawyers and military officers have called for the closure of Guantanamo now.
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