A former Guantanamo Bay prisoner who went on hunger strike in Uruguay to demand relocation to another country has ended his protest after receiving an offer, his supporters have said.
Jihad Diyab, a Syrian, was one of a group of six Guantanamo detainees who were given asylum in Uruguay in 2014 as part of efforts to close the camp.
He had been on hunger strike for 68 days and was at risk of dying.
Mr Diyab had been demanding to be transferred to an Arab country.
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