Guantanamo detainees swapped for BergdahlUpdated 3:54 PM ET, Thu January 29, 2015Guantanamo detainees swapped 5 photosGuantanamo detainees swapped for Bergdahl – These are photos obtained by WikiLeaks that match the names of the detainees released by the Department of Defense. Their release was in exchange for the release of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl who was being held by the Taliban. The Department of Defense would neither confirm nor deny their accuracy. Khair Ulla Said Wali Khairkhwa was an early member of the Taliban in 1994 and was interior minister during the Taliban's rule. He was arrested in Pakistan and was transferred to Guantanamo in May 2002. During questioning, Khairkhwa denied all knowledge of extremist activities.Hide Caption 1 of 5Guantanamo detainees swapped 5 photosGuantanamo detainees swapped for Bergdahl – Mullah Mohammad Fazl commanded the main force fighting the U.S.-backed Northern Alliance in 2001, and served as chief of army staff under the Taliban regime. Fazl was detained after surrendering to Abdul Rashid Dostam, the leader of Afghanistan's Uzbek community, in November 2001. He was transferred into U.S. custody in December 2001 and was one of the first arrivals at Guantanamo, where he was assessed as having high intelligence value.Hide Caption 2 of 5Guantanamo detainees swapped 5 photosGuantanamo detainees swapped for Bergdahl – Mullah Norullah Noori served as governor of Balkh province in the Taliban regime and played some role in coordinating the fight against the Northern Alliance. Like Fazl, Noori was detained after surrendering to Dostam, the Uzbek leader, in 2001.Hide Caption 3 of 5Guantanamo detainees swapped 5 photosGuantanamo detainees swapped for Bergdahl – Abdul Haq Wasiq was the deputy chief of the Taliban regime's intelligence service. Wasiq claimed, according to an administrative review, that he was arrested while trying to help the United States locate senior Taliban figures. He denied any links to militant groups.Hide Caption 4 of 5Guantanamo detainees swapped 5 photosGuantanamo detainees swapped for Bergdahl – Mohammad Nabi Omari was a minor Taliban official in Khost Province and was the Taliban's chief of communications and helped al Qaeda members escape from Afghanistan to Pakistan. He also said that he had worked with a U.S. operative named Mark to try to track down Taliban leader Mullah Omar.Hide Caption 5 of 5Together with the announcement that U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was released after nearly five years of captivity came the news that five detainees at Guantanamo Bay were being transferred to Qatar.More from WorldHagel: Releasing Gitmo detainees was the right decisionUK summons Russian envoy after bombers fly over English ChannelWhy ISIS wants to free the jailed female bomberIs Nisman's death tied to Argentine economy?Expert: Russian military flights are 'saber rattling'