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Europe demands truth on CIA 'black sites'  European Union: The human rights commissioner for the Council of Europe urged countries that have hosted secret CIA prisons to come clean   Iran cites CIA in radio arrests  7 people, including some accused of having ties to a U.S.-backed Farsi-language radio station, were arrested CIA report alleges prisoner abuse  Interrogators threatened an al Qaeda prisoner with a gun and an electric drill to try to scare him into giving up information   Iran envoy: CIA involved in Neda shooting   Mexico: The country's ambassador to Mexico: The U.S. may have been behind the killing of the 26-year-old woman whose fatal shooting was videotaped CIA shuts down its secret prisons  The US has stopped running its global network of secret prisons, CIA director Panetta has announced   Bush vetoes bill banning waterboarding  Washington: President vetoed legislation that would ban the CIA from using harsh methods such as waterboarding to break suspected terrorists UK: CIA rendition flights used British soil  London: British Foreign Secretary Miliband said that British territory was used to transport two suspects in the CIA's rendition program CIA admits waterboarding inmates  The CIA has for the first time publicly admitted using the controversial method on terror suspects CIA boss faces tape interrogation  U.S. Congress: Gen Michael Hayden is due to testify to two key congressional intelligence committees, after it emerged tapes of 2 interrogations had been d... CIA man defends 'water-boarding'  Retired agent John Kiriakou has said a al-Qaeda suspect was interrogated using a simulated drowning technique but that he believes it was ju... CIA 'wiped' interrogation tapes
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B. 2014-12-11 CIA boss defends post 9/11 tactics CIA
C. 2014-12-10 Afghanistan decries CIA 'violations' Kabul
D. 2014-12-09 CIA report sparks prosecution calls Washington
2014-12-09 CIA lied over 'brutal' interrogations U.S. Senate
5. 2013-12-12 US captive in Iran said to be CIA Iran
6. 2012-05-23 Pakistani doctor in bin Laden raid gets 33 years in prison Peshawar
H. 2011-09-05 Europe demands truth on CIA 'black sites' European Union
I. 2010-02-07 Iran cites CIA in radio arrests Iran
9. 2009-08-23 CIA report alleges prisoner abuse CIA

  US captive in Iran said to be CIA  Robert Levinson, ex-FBI agent believed to have been held in Iran for the last seven years was working for the CIA on an unapproved mission   Pakistani doctor in bin Laden raid gets 33 years in prison
CIA boss defends post 9/11 tactics  CIA Director John Brennan has said some of the agency's interrogation methods after 9/11 were 'abhorrent' Afghanistan decries CIA 'violations'  Kabul: Afghan President Asraf Ghani has said the CIA's brutal interrogation programme 'violated all accepted norms of human rights in the world'   CIA report sparks prosecution calls   Washington: The UN and human rights groups have called for the prosecution of US officials involved in CIA interrogation of al-Qaeda suspects CIA lied over 'brutal' interrogations

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  U.S. Senate: The CIA carried out 'brutal' interrogations of al-Qaeda suspects in the years after the 9/11 attacks on the US, a US Senate report has said

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  Peshawar: Shakeel Afridi accused of helping the CIA track down Osama bin Laden was sentenced Wednesday to 33 years in prison for treason

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  The CIA has confirmed that it destroyed at least 2 video tapes showing the interrogation of terror suspects
Jun.8 CIA jails in Europe 'confirmed'  European Union: Dick Marty, a Council of Europe investigator, says he has evidence to prove the CIA ran secret jails in Poland and Romania Apr.7 CIA tortured me, says Iran envoy  Jalal Sharafi, diplomat freed after being abducted in Iraq in February, has said he was tortured by his captors

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Nov.28 EU nations 'knew about CIA jails'. European Union Sep.6   Bush admits to CIA secret prisons
  Washington: President said 14 key terrorist suspects have now been sent to Guantanamo Bay
Jun.6 Europe 'connived in CIA flights'
  European Union: A report into secret US flights for terror suspects will be presented to the Council of Europe

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Dec.8   Rice allays CIA prison row fears   Belgium: U.S. Secretary of State said she can give no guarantee that terrorism detainees won't be abused again Dec.2 Civil rights group to sue CIA  ACLU it is taking the CIA to court to stop the transportation of terror suspects to countries outside US authority

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