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Syrian 45-year-old Jihad Diyab, a former Guantanamo inmate who was resettled in Uruguay, lies in a matress on the floor of his house as he holds a hunger strike, in Montevideo, on September 9, 2016.
Diyab will be hospitalized for a second time in the week for suffering from the effects of a prolonged hunger strike he has been holding to press his demand to be reunited with his family in Turkey. Diyab has clashed repeatedly with the authorities in Uruguay since being resettled as a refugee nearly two years ago along with five other former Guantanamo detainees. / AFP / Dante FERNANDEZ        (Photo credit should read DANTE FERNANDEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
Syrian 45-year-old Jihad Diyab, a former Guantanamo inmate who was resettled in Uruguay, lies in a matress on the floor of his house as he holds a hunger strike, in Montevideo, on September 9, 2016.
Diyab will be hospitalized for a second time in the week for suffering from the effects of a prolonged hunger strike he has been holding to press his demand to be reunited with his family in Turkey. Diyab has clashed repeatedly with the authorities in Uruguay since being resettled as a refugee nearly two years ago along with five other former Guantanamo detainees. / AFP / Dante FERNANDEZ        (Photo credit should read DANTE FERNANDEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

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