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At a House Subcommittee on International Organizations, Human Rights, and Oversight hearing on detainee treatment at Guantanamo Bay Wednesday, members of the House of Representatives were told a Justice Department official testified that U.S. military interrogators helped prepare the detainees - members of an ethnic Chinese group called Uighurs - for questioning by Chinese agents.
A report by the human rights group Center for Constitutional Rights indicates that officials from at least 17 countries have been allowed to interrogate their citizens being held at Guantanamo. The report accuses interrogators from six nations -- China, Uzbekistan, Libya, Jordan, Tajikistan and Tunisia -- of abusing Guantanamo detainees with the consent of U.S. officials.