In this Friday, Dec. 12, 2014 photo, Adel bin Muhammad El Ouerghi from Tunisia, stands with fellow, ex-Guantanamo Bay prisoners, on the balcony of the home where they are living in Montevideo, Uruguay. (AP Photo/Matilde Campodonico, File)
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A former senior British intelligence officer wants to give evidence that the country's security services knew about the torture of inmates at the U.S. prison camp in Guantanamo Bay, a newspaper reported.Details of torture were disclosed during meetings held at the London headquarters of Britain's MI5 in 2002 and the evidence is believed to include claims that British officials witnessed inmates being chained, hooded, waterboarded and subjected to mental abuse by CIA officials, the report said.
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