At the same time, some countries appear to have dealt with former US detainees differently than US authorities might prefer. Last week, US officials learned of the release of 29 former Guantanamo Bay prisoners by the Saudi government to allow the suspects to take part in Ramadan. They were released temporarily, with instructions to return to jail by the end of October, but US officials worry the men will join up with extremist groups, rather than return voluntarily to detainment. The Baltimore Sun has more.
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