Afghan prisoner at Guantanamo dies in apparent suicide

By REUTERS
May 19, 2011 03:28

 
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MIAMI - An Afghan prisoner has died at the Guantanamo detention center in an apparent suicide, the US military said on Wednesday.

The prisoner was identified as Inayatullah, a 37-year-old Afghan who was accused of being a member of al Qaida, the US military's Southern Command said in a statement.

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