Freed Guantanamo prisoner is home
A cameraman from the al-Jazeera television station, freed from US detention in Guantanamo Bay, has arrived home in Sudan.
Sami al-Hajj had been in US custody for more than six years. He was detained in Afghanistan in 2001.
He arrived in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on a US military plane in the early hours of Friday morning.
After a 16-month hunger strike Mr Hajj grimaced as he was carried off the plane by US military personnel
"His detention for six years, without the most basic due process, is a grave injustice and represents a threat to all journalists working in conflict areas,"
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