Ball State University students protest Guantanamo

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The repatriation of two Algerian prisoners reported today leaves some 164 men indefinitely detained at the U.S. concentration camp. The vast majority held have never been charged or tried, and dozens continue their months-long hunger strike.

Senior telecommunications major Bianca Russelburg, dressed in military attire, paces in front of mock Guantanamo Bay detainees at Bracken Library on Aug. 28. Amnesty International organized the protest to bring attention to practices at the American detention center. DN PHOTO JONATHAN MIKSANEK

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