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Four British Guantanamo prisoners too dangerous to free

US authorities believe four British prisoners being held at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba are too dangerous to free, ahead of the expected release of five other prisoners this week. The Daily Telegraph report Monday comes as British Home Secretary David Blunkett heads to the United States, where he will finalize arrangements for the release of the five from the prison at the US naval base and seek fair treatment for the remaining four British detainees. The four Britons who will not be released were trained in al-Qaeda camps in Afghanistan, where they were taught how to make bombs and urban guerrilla warfare techniques, the Daily Telegraph cited unnamed US officials as saying. The four are too dangerous to free and would pose a serious threat if released, the sources were quoted as saying. The four men were named as Feroz Abbasi, 23, Moazzam Begg, 36, Richard Belmar, 23, and Martin Mubanga, 29. Full Story

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