US subjects Guantánamo Bay detainees to 'cruel' treatment, UN says after visit

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First UN human rights investigator allowed to visit since camp was set up says men subjected to 'inhuman and degrading' treatment 

Ní Aoláin, a law professor at the University of Minnesota and at Queens University in Belfast, told a press conference on Monday that "after two decades of custody, the suffering of those detained is profound, and it's ongoing. Every single detainee I met with lives with the unrelenting harms that follow from systematic practices of rendition, torture and arbitrary detention."

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