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April 28, 2013 8:27 AM

Nearly every captive is on lockdown at Guantanamo during hunger strike

With nearly every one of the 166 Guantánamo prisoners now under lockdown — back in solitary existence after years of communal living — the military has reverted to a battle rhythm reminiscent of the Bush administration.

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