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Free Chelsea Manning

Jean has written to President Barack Obama, requesting the release of Private Chelsea Manning, the US Army intelligence analyst that has been imprisoned for leaking information about the conduct of America’s wars, including the shocking and infamous… 492 more words

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Come Fly With Me

A short response from Klaus and me to the Senate Intelligence Committee report, found on our sister blog over at E-IR

http://www.e-ir.info/2014/12/18/come-fly-with-me-airports-and-geographies-of-rendition/

Reprieve: UK's Theresa May claims ignorance of renditions

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For immediate release: Mon Dec 15th, 2014

Home Secretary’s comments on torture raise more questions than they answer

Commenting on the Home Secretary’s appearance before Parliament’s Home Affairs Committee today to answer questions about UK involvement in torture and rendition, in the wake of last week’s US Senate report, Donald Campbell from human rights charity Reprieve said: 180 more words

Diego Garcia guards its secrets even as the truth on CIA torture emerges

By Jamie Doward
The Guardian
and The Observer

There have long been questions on the role of the British territory in the rendition of US terror suspects. 1,357 more words

Canadian government lies over complicity in CIA torture

By Roger Jordan
December 13, 2014
World Socialist Web Site

Tuesday’s publication of the US Senate report into the CIA’s brutal interrogation techniques in the aftermath of 9/11 has shed new light on Ottawa’s complicity in acts of torture. 1,369 more words

Crimes Against Humanity

THE INFORMATION WAS OUT THERE IF YOU KNEW WHERE TO LOOK!

For the most part, the American public has not been all that interested in the revelations of the Senate Intelligence Committee Report on the CIA Torture Program. 979 more words

Bush Administration And Torture

Torture Report: It's Not Just The CIA, But A Global & Structural Problem

In the light of the Senate Committee’s Torture Report, we’re all keen to criticise the CIA. But 54 countries were involved in rendition and torture, and they all need to come clean about their involvement. 1,306 more words

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