Studio Baires


Life after Guantánamo

By special request of president Obama, last year, the Uruguay government accepted granting asylum to six Guantánamo prisoners. Once being considered dangerous terrorists, after more than a decade of detention, the Americans do not consider them a threat anymore. Peter interviewed two of the ex-Guantánamo detainees now living in Uruguay. How did they survive torture in Guantánamo? What is life like in their new home, and what do they expect of the future? The article was published by Dutch daily Trouw. You can read the entire article (in Dutch) online by clicking on this link (Blendle, € 0,25)