Guantanamo: The legacy of Camp X-Ray  
  Camp X-Ray was the first prison camp set up by George Bush, the former US president, to keep so-called "enemy combatants."

The camp, which closed down in 2002, contains hundreds of open-air cages now overgrown with vines and tall grass.

Al Jazeera reports from the deserted camp where the now-notorious Guantanamo story began.

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