The government of Yemen on Saturday took custody of six detainees formerly held for years without trial at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, according to a senior Obama administration official and others involved in the process. The transfers represent a test run for a policy that the administration hopes could make possible a sharp reduction in the population at the prison, which President Barack Obama is trying to close. About 91 Yemenis remain at the facility, making up the largest bloc of the population of about 200 detainees. Source: Tampa Bay
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