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A report from Amnesty International has turned the focus on alleged kidnapping and torture in Egypt of hundreds of students, political activists, protesters and even young teenagers during the past th
The government is trying to tackle the problem but human rights campaigners say implementation is patchy
There are claims that shop surveillance video is likely to show two men, believed to be Egyptian security agents, leading an Italian student away on
The former commandant of one of the harshest prisons of Romania’s communist era has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity
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
CIA director John Brennan has defended the spy agency following the publication of a highly critical report into its post 9/11 interrogation
CIA finds itself at the centre of a bitter debate over its Bush-era interrogation methods following a scathing Senate report.
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.
The US waits for the backlash after CIA interrogation methods on detainees in the wake of 9/11 are described as brutal and ineffective by a Senate report.
Ineffective and brutal, those were the findings of the Senate Intelligence Committee into the CIA’s detention and interrogation programme following
The Senate Intelligence Committee report details CIA failings in counter-terror programme and enhanced interrogation techniques following 9/11 attacks.