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Three suspected jihadists arrested in the days since the liberation of the town of Timbuktu said Friday that Malian soldiers were torturing them with a method similar to waterboarding.
Later, he said he was from Tripoli but has lived for years in Mali.
He initially denied being part of Ansar Dine but later confirmed that he belonged to the movement though he denied having an important role.