The Senate Intelligence Committee has voted to publish parts of a report into the CIA's harsh interrogation methods. It documents what the CIA did to Islamist terror suspects after the attacks of September 11, 2001.
Alleged waterboarding of a cadet at Sandhurst, Britain's elite military academy, is being probed by military police, British media report. The Sun newspaper claims two cadets pinned down another and simulated drowning.
Lithuania and Romania breached Europe's human rights convention by allowing the CIA to torture two al-Qaida suspects at secret detention sites in the countries, European judges have ruled.
President Trump praised Gina Haspel as she was sworn in as the new head of the CIA. She's the first woman to head the agency, but her nomination was overshadowed by allegations she was involved in torture programs.
Should Gina Haspel, despite her role in the CIA's rendition program, become the agency's next head? That's the key question for Senators who must decide whether to confirm her. But it obscures a much larger issue.
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