Four Chinese nationals of Uyghur ethnicity who had been held at the U.S. military's Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, detention facility have been resettled in Bermuda, officials said Thursday.
"Above all, this was a humanitarian act," Bermudan Premier Ewart Brown told CNN in an interview at his Cabinet office in Hamilton, Bermuda. "We don't see it as quid pro quo."
The four were twice cleared for release -- once by the Bush administration and again this year, according to a Justice Department statement. Read full article »
CNN's Brian Vitagliano and Don Lemon contributed to this report.