Four former Guantanamo Bay prisoners released by the U.S. and taken in by Uruguay marched again on Saturday for more aid from both Uruguay and the U.S. to help them in their new life. The four men, along with two others, were taken by Uruguay in a humanitarian move after 12 years in the U.S. military prison for suspected ties to al Qaeda. The U.S. had decided they were no longer a threat and released them. They receive $600 a month from Uruguay and have a house for the six to share. The men have been marching and sleeping outside the U.S. Embassy in Montevideo until they meet with the ambassador.
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