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Guantanamo Bay closure in the near future unrealistic

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When Barack Obama signed the executive order to close Guantanamo Bay within a year in 2009 people rejoiced. 

Six years on and Guantanamo still houses roughly 145 detainees unable to be transferred into the US under law.

Rebecca Colquhoun speaks to former Chief of the Army’s International Law Branch at the Pentagon about whether or not we can expect to see Guantanamo’s doors closed anytime soon. 

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