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'The least worst place'

Guantanamo Bay is located on the southeastern tip of Cuba, an arid, sun-parched stretch of land. It's an unusual place, a collection of prison camps, suburban-style neighborhoods and military complexes where 5,500 military personnel and contractors live alongside "banana rats," iguanas and legions of land crabs.

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Article | GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA -- At the U.S. naval station here, a handsome electronic sign hangs between two concrete pillars. In yellow enamel against a blue metal backdrop is a map of Cuba, the "Pearl of the Antilles," above flashing time and temperature readings.

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