Morocco re-arrested three former Guantanamo detainees on terror charges:
A Moroccan court has convicted three men who were formerly held by the US at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, of creating a criminal group and forging documents.
The criminal court in Sale, located near the capital, Rabat, handed the heaviest sentence of five years in prison to Mohamed Souleymani Laalami, who was accused of forming a criminal group, the MAP news agency reported late on Friday.
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Two other defendants, Najib Lahssini and Mohammed Ouali, were sentenced to three years each on charges of falsifying documents, the news agency said.