Five of the six men chosen for resettlement in Uruguay had prison camp photos on their U.S. military dossiers provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy WikiLeaks group. They are from top left: Syrian Ahmed Adnan Ahjam, 37; Syrian Abu Wa'el Dhiab, 43; Syrian Abdelhadi Faraj, born in either 1975 or 1981, according to Guantánamo records. On the bottom: Tunisian Adel Bin Mohammed Ouerghi, 49; Syrian Ali Hussein al Shaaban, 32; Palestinian Mohammed Taha Matan, born in 1975 in the West Bank.
Five of the six men chosen for resettlement in Uruguay had prison camp photos on their U.S. military dossiers provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy WikiLeaks group. They are from top left: Syrian Ahmed Adnan Ahjam, 37; Syrian Abu Wa'el Dhiab, 43; Syrian Abdelhadi Faraj, born in either 1975 or 1981, according to Guantánamo records. On the bottom: Tunisian Adel Bin Mohammed Ouerghi, 49; Syrian Ali Hussein al Shaaban, 32; Palestinian Mohammed Taha Matan, born in 1975 in the West Bank. WikiLeaks
Five of the six men chosen for resettlement in Uruguay had prison camp photos on their U.S. military dossiers provided to McClatchy Newspapers by the anti-secrecy WikiLeaks group. They are from top left: Syrian Ahmed Adnan Ahjam, 37; Syrian Abu Wa'el Dhiab, 43; Syrian Abdelhadi Faraj, born in either 1975 or 1981, according to Guantánamo records. On the bottom: Tunisian Adel Bin Mohammed Ouerghi, 49; Syrian Ali Hussein al Shaaban, 32; Palestinian Mohammed Taha Matan, born in 1975 in the West Bank. WikiLeaks

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