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A Romanian journalist walks past a building inside the Mihail Kogalniceanu Airbase, east of Bucharest, December 19, 2005. The airbase was indicated by Human Rights Watch as a possible location for a covert prison allegedly used by the CIA in Romania
Kathryn Smith is said to have opened computer records "in breach of her terms of employment". It is alleged she then passed details to her boyfriend, Sean Booth, 31, who was a friend of Cregan. A manager who worked in the same department as Smith
If so, firstly, my condolences, and secondly I hope you caught HBO documentary Manhunt , which had its UK TV premiere on Sky Atlantic last night. Many of the elements would have been familiar: female CIA agents chastised for their "over-emotional"
Apparently, the day got off to a rocky start, after Ibrahim's lawyers informed the DOJ that they intended to file bar complaints against some of the DOJ legal team for their actions in court, specifically concerning "misrepresentations" made to the
Headlines News With almost a hundred convicted terrorists set to be released in the next three years, the government is preparing its first-ever comprehensive scheme to lead them away from extremism, and from resorting to similar crimes and violence.
PRL-021-2013 (Hong Kong, December 8, 2013) On the occasion of the Human Rights Day, 2013, the Philippine Desk of the Asian Human Rights Commission has produced a 19 page report detailing the prevailing situation in the country. This year's report is
The project may link Central databases with the crime records available with the police to kickstart operations and later proceed with analysing the data to detect and act against terrorist activities...At the core of the projects's technological
People have the right to know what their government is doing...The state secrets bill, which the Abe administration Thursday rammed through the Upper House Special Committee on National Security for enactment, undermines this foundation because it
Asians are reportedly 11 times more likely to be stopped at British airports and ports compared to whites, a new study has revealed...According to the Guardian, it was found that a total of 53,992 people were stopped at all British ports and airports
It will if a Department of Homeland Security proposal to double the existing $2.50 Sept.11 security fee to $5 each way ($10 round trip) is approved. The travel industry is vehemently opposed to increasing the fee. The airline trade association,