The Miami Herald reports two former CIA captives at Guantánamo have been granted time-delayed, 30-minute video-chats with family — the first nearly live conversations with home by men who disappeared into the spy agency’s secret prison network a decade or more ago. Abd al Rahim al Nashiri, 50, a Saudi accused of orchestrating al-Qaeda’s 2000 USS Cole bombing, and Abu Faraj al Libi, 44 or 45, a Libyan who was thought to be al-Qaeda’s operations chief, got the separate video calls Jan. 17 and 18. Another so-called high-value detainee should be able to video conference with family next month, according to sources familiar with the program. The former CIA prisoners have been held largely incognito since the spy agency started delivering them to the base in southeast Cuba in 2006. Neither the men nor their lawyers are allowed to publicly disclose where they were held and aspects of what was done to them, and by whom.