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Binyam Mohamed, 30, foreground, a British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay prison returns to Britain a free man in this file photo dated Monday Feb. 23, 2009, as he leaves RAF Northolt in west London, after nearly seven years in U.S. captivity. After months of legal wrangling, Tuesday Nov. 16, 2010, the British government has agreed to pay hefty settlements to a group of former Guantanamo Bay detainees, including Binyam Mohamed, who together sued the government for alleged complicity in their torture, one of the first big pay-outs stemming from the US-led war on terrorism. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, FILE)
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Binyam Mohamed, 30, foreground, a British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay prison returns to Britain a free man in this file photo dated Monday Feb. 23, 2009, as he leaves RAF Northolt in west London, after nearly seven years in U.S. captivity. After months of legal wrangling, Tuesday Nov. 16, 2010, the British government has agreed to pay hefty settlements to a group of former Guantanamo Bay detainees, including Binyam Mohamed, who together sued the government for alleged complicity in their torture, one of the first big pay-outs stemming from the US-led war on terrorism. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, FILE)

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