U.S. officials say a Kuwaiti citizen held at Guantanamo Bay has been brought back to his home country.
Justice Department officials say Fouad Mahmoud al-Rabiah was handed over to Kuwaiti authorities.
A federal judge had ruled in September that al-Rabiah must be released. His departure leaves 210 detainees at the Guantanamo naval base in Cuba. President Barack Obama has pledged to close the detention center, but the administration is expected to miss a deadline next month to complete the task.
Separately, Attorney General Eric Holder visited the New York federal courthouse, where he plans to put five accused plotters in the Sept. 11 attacks on trial. All five are currently held at Guantanamo.