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Former CIA agent to be extradited to Italy over 'extraordinary rendition'

Portugal’s High Court has ruled that former CIA agent Sabina De Sousa is to be extradited to Italy for her involvement in an illegal counter-terrorism…

Portugal’s High Court has ruled that former CIA agent Sabina De Sousa is to be extradited to Italy for her involvement in an illegal counter-terrorism…

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Killer Kevin Costner gets someone else's memories in "Criminal"

Death row inmate Kevin Costner gets a memory implant in “Criminal”, not to remember how to make a hit movie again, but as a sort of hard disc for a

Death row inmate Kevin Costner gets a memory implant in “Criminal”, not to remember how to make a hit movie again, but as a sort of hard disc for a

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WikiLeakes release documents from CIA chief's email account

WikiLeaks has released documents it says have been collected from CIA director John Brennan’s personal email account.. They include an early version

WikiLeaks has released documents it says have been collected from CIA director John Brennan’s personal email account.. They include an early version

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Richie breathes life into "Man from UNCLE" brand

Guy Richie takes on another franchisable household name, one that has been in the kitsch cupboard for a while, with “The Man from UNCLE”. Reviving

Guy Richie takes on another franchisable household name, one that has been in the kitsch cupboard for a while, with “The Man from UNCLE”. Reviving

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CIA announces overhaul to respond to 'modern threats'

The CIA is making sweeping changes to how it operates, in the biggest shake-up in the intelligence agency's 70-year history with a focus on cybersecurity and digital espionage.

The CIA is making sweeping changes to how it operates, in the biggest shake-up in the intelligence agency's 70-year history with a focus on cybersecurity and digital espionage.

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Poland to comply with EU court ruling over CIA secret prison

Poland has agreed to pay some 230,000 euros in compensation to two men held in a CIA jail on its soil. It comes after the European Court of Human

Poland has agreed to pay some 230,000 euros in compensation to two men held in a CIA jail on its soil. It comes after the European Court of Human

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Growing calls for prosecutions over secret CIA torture programme

Human rights groups and the UN demand action after a damning US Senate report found the government and public were misled over the torture of suspects after the 9/11 attacks.

Human rights groups and the UN demand action after a damning US Senate report found the government and public were misled over the torture of suspects after the 9/11 attacks.