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Family messages, a lifeline in Yemen

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Summary

Its been over four years since the first prisoners were moved to US place of detention in Guantanamo Bay. In many cases, the only contact between the men and their families is through censored letters passed on by the ICRC and Red Crescent. It is little enough but the messages bring hope and comfort to a number of families in Yemen who are desperate for news.

Details

Production locations:
Yemen
Running time:
8'10 min
Release year:
2006
Original version:
ENG
Reference:
V-F-CR-F-00897-V
Copyright:
ICRC