Ahjam has opened a small stall selling Arabic pastries at a public market in Montevideo.
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A bit of sweetness has entered the life of at least one of the men formerly held at the U.S. Guantanamo Bay prison camp.Ahjam spent a dozen years imprisoned at Guantanamo and like the other five detainees here, he has struggled to adapt to the South American country.Ahjam is the only one of the six – four Syrians, a Palestinian and a Tunisian – who has managed to find a regular job in the country of 3.2 million people.The most discontented detainee, Abu Wael Dhiab, left in late June and went to Turkey, said Christian Mirza, the government's liaison with the ex-detainees, adding he wasn't sure where Dhiab is now.
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