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Washington Debates Terms of Bergdahl Releasei
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Michael Bowman
June 01, 2014 7:17 PM
A U.S. Army sergeant freed by the Taliban after nearly five years in captivity is receiving medical attention in Germany before an expected reunion with his family in the United States. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, the Obama administration is responding to criticism from some lawmakers over the release of five detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in return for Bowe Bergdahl’s freedom.

Washington Debates Terms of Bergdahl Release

Michael Bowman

Published June 01, 2014

A U.S. Army sergeant freed by the Taliban after nearly five years in captivity is receiving medical attention in Germany before an expected reunion with his family in the United States. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, the Obama administration is responding to criticism from some lawmakers over the release of five detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in return for Bowe Bergdahl’s freedom.


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by: Bearman from: U.S.A.
June 02, 2014 7:30 AM
I wonder just how long will it be before the U.S. or its Allies faces any of these 5 terrorist leaders again. This is not the way to empty Guantanamo Bay. I find myself somewhat suspicious of the presidents motives.