Bush says 2 Kuwaitis at Guantanamo prison will be charged

US President George W. Bush told rights activists here Saturday that two of the last four Kuwaitis held as terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay prison will be charged, but did not provide specifics. The president said he would consider releasing the other two as long as they did not pose a threat to US security, according to Rola Dashti, one of 10 women activists who met with Bush on Saturday. "He (Bush) said two (Kuwaitis) will be charged and he will work toward releasing the other two if there aren't any accusations against them," Dashti told The Associated Press. The president did not specify the charges against the prisoners.