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The sultanate of Oman, on the eastern edge of the Arabian Peninsula, previously accepted 10 Guantanamo prisoners from Yemen in January 2016. Oman also took another six in June 2015. Meanwhile, Oman's neighbor Saudi Arabia took four prisoners on Jan. 5 and the United Arab Emirates took 15 prisoners in the largest-single transfer during Obama's administration on Aug. 15. Oman, ruled by Sultan Qaboos bin Said since 1970, has served as an interlocutor between the West and Iran. It also has negotiated a number of prisoner releases in recent years for Western countries. Yemen, the Arab world's poorest country, remains in the grips of a civil war and a Saudi-led military offensive against the rebels making returning Guantanamo inmates there impossible. Days earlier, authorities said 19 of the remaining 55 prisoners at the U.S.

Critics have said increased deportations could split up families. Jorge-Mario Cabrera, spokesman for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, said the group is putting the Trump administration on notice "that we're not going to sit idly by while he destroys our community." ___ 1:55 p.m. More than 1,000 people poured into a teachers' union hall in Chicago to support immigrant rights and implore each other to fight for those rights against what they fear will be a hostile Trump administration. The Saturday rally attracted leaders from various religious faiths, ethnic groups and human rights organizations. Many told the audience to fight deportations, a Muslim registry and other efforts they believe President-elect Donald Trump will lead. People told of fearing deportation. Some expressed worries that the Trump administration will prevent relatives some in some of the most dangerous corners of the world from joining them in the United States. Thirty-one-year-old Rehab Alkadi says she fears what might happen to her and her family members who fled war-torn Syria because Trump has "said a lot of bad things about Muslim people." ___ 1 p.m. A standing-room-only crowd has packed a historic African-American church in Washington for one of dozens of rallies around the nation supporting immigrant rights.

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