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The CIA has made about 930,000 declassified documents, totaling some 12 million pages, available online.
The US Congress has published long-classified documents on alleged ties between Saudi Arabia and 9/11 hijackers. While the inquiry found no solid evidence of links, officials noted their suspicions of Saudi support.
New documents released by the CIA have revealed details about the detention of Khalid al-Masri, a German-Lebanese man mistaken for an al Qaeda member in 2003. He is yet to be given compensation or an apology from the US.
The US has expelled two Russian officials in response to an attack on an American diplomat in Moscow last month. It’s not the first time allegations about the treatment of US diplomats have surfaced.
During meeting with Egyptian president and Interior Minister, Brenan lauded security cooperation between Egypt and the US
By Emad El-Din Aysha, PhD I read an offensive article the other day that is worth contemplating, for our own peace of mind and the physical security of our lands. A former CIA and NSA Director Michael Hayden gave a TV interview at one time where he revealed one good thing about George W. Bush: …
Groups stay that the US “has much to gain”, if it rejects impunity and provides “adequate redress to the dozens and dozens of people it so brutally abused”
El Nadeem Centre’s end of year report calls on government to take responsibility for widespread and severe mistreatment of detainees
“Authorities will be forced to take action once names are revealed,” says NCHR member
Document refers to torture of detainee rendered to Egypt
By Dr. Cesar Chelala As Middle East peace efforts go through another round of failure, information published by Newsweek magazine indicates that Israel has been conducting spying activities in the US. Although the main targets are industrial and technical secrets, they have a connection to national security that makes these activities by a US ally highly reprehensible. This is not the first …
“The pandemonium in Syria, Libya, and Egypt, are like a hothouse for al Qaeda,” says CIA analyst Bruce Riedel
Iraqi foreign minister confirms protection of Egyptians after two killed in Baghdad
The affair came to light as the FBI was investigating whether a computer used by Petraeus had been compromised
Classified reports voice frustration as there is no apparent effective way of vetting groups receiving weapons