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Guantanamo ex-inmates demand housing, payment from US

Former Guantanamo inmates, Ahmed Adnan Ahjam (L), Abd al Hadi Omar Mahmoud Faraj, Ali Husein Shaaban and Abdul Bin Muhammad Abbas Ouerghi pose in front of the US Embassy in Montevideo on April 26, 2015Four former Guantanamo inmates living free in Uruguay since December are demanding financial compensation and housing from the US government for their nearly 13 years in captivity. Syrian citizens Ali Husein Shaaban (33), Abd al-Hadi Faraj (39 or 40), Ahmed Adnan Ahjam (37) and Abdul Bin Mohammed Bin Abess Ourgy of Tunisia (49) have been protesting in front of the US Embassy in Montevideo since late Friday. They stressed that they hold the United States, not host country Uruguay, responsible for their current predicament, accusing Washington of neglecting them after more than a decade spent at the US military prison.

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