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Last Updated: Wednesday, 10 March 2004, 11:35 GMT
Out of Guantanamo
Jamal Al Harith and Moazzam Begg
Jamal Al Harith and Moazzam Begg
Panorama: Out of Guantanamo was broadcast on BBC One on Wednesday, 10 March 2004 at 1930 GMT

Yesterday there was a homecoming.

Five young British men who had been held in Guantanamo Bay were released and flown back to the UK. These included Jamal Al Harith, who had been released without charge.

But for four other families - including that of Moazzam Begg - there was nothing to celebrate, their sons are still being held by the Americans at the military base in Cuba. The US says they remain a terrorist threat.

In a Panorama Special, the story of two British families whose sons were held at Guantanamo and testimony about the treatment some detainees say they experienced there.

"Out of Guantanamo" on BBC One at 7.30pm, Wednesday, 10 March 2004.

Production team:
Reporter: Vivian White
Producer: Fiona Gough
Deputy Editors: Andrew Bell, Sam Collyns
Editor: Mike Robinson



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