Mohamedou Ould Slahi, 45, was sent from Gitmo to his home country of Mauritania.
Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend expressed confidence in Iraqi forces.
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It's the third time the U.S. Navy destroyer has been targeted this week.
There is some talk of interrupting Syrian and Russian air forces surrounding the rebel-held city.
The U.S. would lose that amount in travel, tourism and education spending.
U.S. military strikes are reportedly under consideration.
The human rights group wants Obama to make good on some of his promises.
For the second time in a week, Houthi rebels have fired on a U.S. destroyer in the Red Sea.
A U.S. destroyer was fired at from Houthi-controlled territory off the coast of Yemen.
A U.S. defense official called the drone a "hobby plane" with a "Styrofoam body."
The official has labeled Trump a "demagogue."
Mohamedou Ould Slahi's release brings the detainee population down to 60.
The Iraqi government has launched an offensive aimed at taking back Mosul.
Up to 1 million people could flee Iraq's second-largest city.
McMullin is from Utah, where the Mormon population has been reticent to Trump.
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The U.S. and Iran are backing opposing sides in the Yemeni civil war.
Military personnel, as well as hundreds of civilians, were at the funeral.
"Initial assessments show the sites were destroyed," a spokesman said.
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Rep. Ted Lieu said the Saudi-led coalition is intentionally or indiscriminately killing civilians.
The meeting in Switzerland was first announced by the Russian Foreign Ministry.
The Pentagon won't say if ISIS leaders are leaving the city.