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When the US Supreme Court ruled in June that prisoners in the military prison have the right to challenge their detention in federal court, it was seen as a blow to the Bush administration's policies after 9/11.
Calling them "enemy combatants" in the war on terror - the administration has held hundreds of foreigners at the camp, many without any specific charges against them.
The first high profile war crimes trial to come out of Guantanemo - that of Salim Hamdan - resulted in a short prison sentence, and no real legal clarity moving forward.
Today, Where We Live, an update on Guantenemo, and the US plan for prisoners there. Join the conversation! Add your suggestions, questions and comments below.
This program was produced by Lauren House, block photo by Scot Campbell