Prison militaire americaine de Guantanamo. Detention de prisonniers soupconnes de terrorisme
1 October 2018
July 23, 2015 - File - The White House is in the ''final stages'' of drafting a plan to close the controversial US military prison Guantanamo Bay, a spokesman has said. J. Earnest said the closure of the Cuban detention camp was a national security interest. It was one of the first directives President Obama ordered two months after he was elected in 2008. Inmates have slowly been transferred out and at the start of the year, 122 men were left. The peak population in 2003 was 684. Mr Earnest said the administration was 'in the final stages of drafting a plan to safely and responsibly (close) the prison at Guantanamo Bay and to present that to Congress.' Pictured: Guantanamo Bay - Detainees pray before dawn in this Nov. 4, 2009 photo cleared for release by the U.S. military. Pentagon rules prohibit photographs showing the faces of detainees.