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Guantanamo Britons on home ground

Five Britons held in Guantanamo Bay as terrorism suspects for two years have arrived back in the UK. A plane carrying the men and anti-terrorist police officers touched down at RAF Northolt in west London at around 1900 GMT. From there it is expected they will be taken to Paddington Green police station for further questioning. Their release from the Cuba camp was secured after the US concluded they presented a low risk. The five returning men are Shafiq Rasul, 24, Asif Iqbal, 20, and Ruhal Ahmed, 21, all of Tipton, West Midlands, Jamal Al-Harith – also known as Jamal Udeen – 35, of Manchester, and Tarek Dergoul, 24, of east London. Full Story

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