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Uploaded on Dec 24, 2011
The detention centre opened on 11 January 2002 Today more than 350 detainees are being held About 775 detainees have been held at Guantánamo since it opened Up to 17 of those detainees were under 18 years old when taken into custody, four of them were still held at the camp at the end of 2006 More than 40 suicide attempts have been reported and three men died in June 2006 after apparent suicides Up to 200 detainees have gone on hunger strikes since 2002; many of these detainees have been force-fed to be kept alive Ten people were "charged" prior to US Supreme Court declaring Military Commissions unlawful in September 2006 There have been countless allegations of torture and other ill-treatment from current and former detainees Fourteen detainees were transferred to Guantánamo in September 2006 after they had been held incommunicado in secret CIA custody for more than four years Australian citizen, Mamdouh Habib, was held for three years and released without charge in 2005 Australian citizen, David Hicks, was held from 2002 until 2007 and according to his military lawyer, Major Mori, was placed in solitary confinement in March 2006