Saudis release five men turned over from Guantanamo

[JURIST] Saudi Arabia announced [Saudi Press Agency report] on Tuesday that five men turned over to them by US authorities at Guantanamo have been released. No names were given, but an official said the five had completed the judicial process and any prison terms. It's unclear how long each prisoner was detained or when they were turned over. The US sent three detainees [JURIST report] from Cuba to Saudi Arabia in July and five in May 2003. AP has more.



 

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