The United States has released another inmate from the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Muhammed Murdi Issa al-Zahrani, who was transferred to Saudi Arabia, spent 12 years at the prison for allegedly fighting for al-Qaida.
The Pentagon said the Saudi inmate was approved for release last month after military, justice and homeland security officials determined he was no longer a threat to the United States.
Zahrani will take part in a rehabilitation program in Saudi Arabia.
He is the seventh Guantanamo inmate to be transferred from the prison in the past three weeks; 142 terror suspects and extremists remain behind bars.
President Barack Obama has promised to shut down the prison, but Congress has rebuffed his efforts.