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The US navy base at Diego Garcia, the British Indian Ocean Territory. Photograph: PA The government is under mounting pressure to "come clean" about the role of an overseas UK territory leased to the US and allegedly used as a secret "black site"
Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith almost threw up in a Malibu parking lot Saturday ... after learning the CIA allegedly used his band's music during a suspected terrorist interrogation...According to Al Jazeera ... the report says Abu
A secret Senate report on the CIA 's treatment of Al Qaeda detainees from 2001 to 2006 concludes that the spy agency used brutal, unauthorized interrogation techniques, misrepresented key elements of the program to policymakers and the public, and
A controversial report on the CIA's "enhanced interrogation" program alleges that the spy agency misled Congress over the scope of the operation and techniques involved, a source familiar with the Senate review told Fox News. The report, which has
A leaked report in the US suggests the CIA held high value' detainees on the British territory with the full co-operation' of the UK government. The claims contradict repeated denials that Britain had ever let the US use Diego Garcia for the
The recent decision by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to declassify parts of its report on the CIA 's post-Sept. 11 detention and interrogation program marks a milestone in the process of ensuring that the United States learns from a
She brushes off the whole "emotional" claim by noting quickly that's Hayden being "stereotypical" and "incorrect" and saying such a thing is "an old male fallback position." However, as Marcy Wheeler points out, rather than spending her time
06:21 EST, 10 April 2014 0 View comments The contents of a leaked classified report which lists interrogation methods used by the CIA has revealed that Red Hot Chili Peppers' songs were played to terrorism suspects in a bid to extract information.
Rodriguez Jr., the former head of the CIA's National Clandestine Service, has written an editorial in The Washington Post defending the agency's so-called "enhanced interrogation" program. The CIA came under fire last week after a 6,300-page Senate
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden on Sunday questioned the objectivity of a forthcoming report on the agency's detention and interrogation programs, saying California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who ordered the probe, might have let her