Shaker Aamer on life in Guantanamo Bay


The last British resident to be held inside Guantanamo Bay in Cuba has spoken exclusively to BBC Radio 5 live.

Shaker Aamer, 47, whose youngest child was born the day he arrived at the high security prison camp has been held there for 11 years without charge or trial.

He told the BBC: "I am losing my mind, I am losing my health, I am losing my life."

Mr Aamer's words are spoken by an actor - and the acronym "FCE" referred to in the interview stands for "forcible cell extractions".

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