First Guantanamo prisoner sent to home country in Biden policy shift

The Biden administration on Monday transferred a Guantanamo Bay detainee to his home country for the first time, a policy shift from the Trump presidency that repatriated a Moroccan man years after he was recommended for discharge.The prisoner, Abdullatif Nasser, who is in his mid-50s, was cleared for repatriation by a review board in July 2016 but remained at Guantanamo under President Donald Trump.In announcing his transfer on Monday, the Pentagon cited the board’s determination that Nasser’s…


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