Portraits of Guantanamo

Through the lens of the International Red Cross

They smile, they pose, they adorn their prison camp uniforms with familiar items from home. Since 2009, the Pentagon has permitted the International Committee of the Red Cross to photograph Guantánamo's captives -- not for public consumption but to connect with family after years apart. While the Red Cross, in keeping with its confidential work, does not release these images to the public, the prisoners' lawyers and families do. The Miami Herald has amassed this unusual collection to show portraits of these men posing on their own terms behind the razor wire at the U.S. Navy base prison in southeast Cuba.

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