The first Guantanamo bay detainee to face a civilian court in America has been cleared of all but one of the 281 charges he faced. Critics in the U.S. say it shows President Obama's policy of moving terrorism suspects into the civilian system isn't working. But in other parts of the world, the verdict and Obama's policy are being welcomed. Correspondent Laura Lynch has the story.
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