American military bans BBC crew from Guantanamo Bay for talking to inmates

The US military clashed with British journalists yesterday at Camp Delta in Guantanamo Bay after inmates shouted to a BBC Panorama team who had been invited to tour the maximum security camp.

As the journalists walked through camp four, detainees shouted that they wanted to tell their story and the US soldiers immediately halted the tour, ordering everyone out. About 680 people, including around nine Britons, are being held in Guantanamo Bay naval base in US-occupied Cuba, as part of the Bush administration’s war against terror. An audio recording made by the Panorama team was seized by US forces and the BBC reporter Vivienne White was banished to a section of the bay away from Camp Delta. Full Story

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