An Al-Jazeera cameraman, held for six years at Guantanamo Bay, says he was interrogated 130 times at “the most heinous prison mankind has ever known,” the Associated Press reports. Sami al-Haj, from Sudan, believes he was held at the U.S.-run detention centre because the Americans were angry at Al-Jazeera.
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