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'Torture documents' can be seen

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The High Court has ruled that US intelligence documents containing details of the alleged torture of a former UK resident can be released.

Ethiopian-born Binyam Mohamed, 31, who spent four years in Guantanamo Bay, claims British authorities colluded in his torture while in Morocco.

The UK government denies allegations of collusion and says it will appeal against the court's judgement. Daniel Sandford reports.

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