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The United States pays $2,000 in U.S. gold coins per year to the 1934 equivalent value of $4,085 in U.S. dollars, but Fidel Castro refuses to take the money.
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Year of us lease end on Guantanamo?

  Answer   There is no year end to this lease, the lease will first end when US and Cuba both agree on the termination of the lease. according to the Platt Amendment,

How big is Guantanamo Bay?

45 square miles

How did the US get Guantanamo Bay?

    Answer     The US first seized Guantanamo Bay and established a naval base there in 1898 during the Spanish-American War. In 1903, the US and Cuba signed

Is guantanamo bay a us territory?

The U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay is both the oldest U.S. overseas base and the only one to be located within a Communist country. It is not considered an official territory,

Who owns guantanamo bay?

The U. S.. owns part of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,. This part does not allow any Cubans. Actually, the United States government does not own any of the property that makes up the

Where is Guantanamo Bay?


How did the US acquire Guantanamo Bay?

The US assumed control of Guantanamo Bay in 1903, under the  Cuban-American Treaty which grants the US a perpetual lease. The US  gained control originally in 1901 under the

How did Guantanamo Bay become a prison?

Military and civilian forces took and held prisoners in Afghanistan, and later Iraq, whose detention could not be supported under US law. They were held outside the country in
In Cuba

How many prisoners are in Guantanamo Bay?

As of February 2010 only 198 prisoners remain in Guantanamo Bay Detention Facilities.

What is Guantanamo Bay Naval Base?

    Answer     Guantanamo Bay Naval Base at the southeastern end of Cuba (19�54′N 75�9′W) has been used by the United States Navy for more than a cen