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Binyam Mohamed torture appeal lost by UK government

The foreign secretary has lost an Appeal Court bid to stop the disclosure of secret information relating to the alleged torture of a UK resident.

Ethiopian-born Binyam Mohamed says UK authorities knew he was tortured at the behest of US authorities during seven years of captivity.

Following the ruling, David Miliband said it was "not evidence that the system is broken".

Daniel Sandford reports.

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