On Oct. 24, the Washington Examiner's Tim Mak took a tour of Camp X-Ray, a temporary detention facility at Guantanamo Bay that housed dozens of suspected terrorists in the months immediately after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. His photos provide a rare glimpse into a key location on the United States' post-9/11 war on terror. Click here to read more from Mak about Camp X-Ray, and see below for more of Mak's coverage of the 9/11 war crimes case at Guantanamo last week:

» Oct. 22: War crimes prosecutor says latest terror suspect should be tried in civilian court

» Oct. 22: 9/11 war crimes commission opens week-long proceedings in Gitmo

» Oct. 22: Self-proclaimed 9/11 mastermind uses cumin, turmeric to dye beard

» Oct. 23: Lawyers for 9/11 suspect seek classified info they say shows he was tortured

» Oct. 24: 9/11 victim: U.S. government 'caters' to terror suspects at Gitmo

» Oct. 25: 'Zero Dark Thirty' becomes an issue in 9/11 war crimes trial

» Oct. 25: Al Qaeda suspects want laptops, video software to use in cells

» Oct. 25: Lawyers for 9/11 suspects claim U.S. violated clients' rights

» Oct. 25: Sept. 11 survivors plead for more coverage as case drags on