The Miami Herald reports the Obama administration’s parole board has approved for release from Guantánamo a Kuwaiti man whose lawyers took his case to the U.S. Supreme Court but then lost his federal court challenge. Fawzi al Odah, 37, was approved for repatriation to his oil-rich emirate on a promise from Kuwait that he would take part in a minimum year-long rehabilitation program, according to a statement released Friday by the Pentagon. The federal national-security panel also said intelligence officials concluded that Odah had only low-level paramilitary training and lacked a leadership role in al-Qaida or the Taliban. The recent decision does not mean his release is imminent. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, who had a representative on the parole board, must separately evaluate the transfer decision and must notify Congress of whether he approves of the release with a minimum of 30 days’ notice. Hagel hasn’t done that.