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The day in photos from around the world.
Two years ago this weekend, the European Court of Human Rights ruled in favor of Khaled El Masri, a German man who was held by police near his European vacation destination for having a name that was somewhat similar to one on a list.
He was then locked for months in a secret CIA prison without charges before being dumped on a roadside in a different part of Europe without explanation.
This gallery comprises a visual timeline of some countries, cities and places involved in his journey.
ADDITION: McClatchy published some additional updated information on El Masri’s current state of affairs on Saturday.
Some graphic scenes are described.