taking count: 155 prisoners left at Guantanamo Bay, condition unknown

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Back in 2009 Slovakia took in three Guantanamo Bay prisoners from Azerbaijan, Tunisia, and Egypt. In a televised statement, Slovakia's Interior Ministry asserted that the arrival of three more men from Guantanamo is a continuation of the previous agreement. Slovakian officials went on to say that much like the first three arrivals, these men were found to be innocent of partaking in terrorist activities, and deserve a place to call home after being wrongfully accused for so many years...

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