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actions terrorist - Senate Committee Approves CIA Torture Report For Release, Focus Moves To White House

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Senate Committee Approves CIA Torture Report For Release, Focus Moves To White House

huffingtonpost.com2014-04-03 20:43:57Cache

The Senate Intelligence Committee voted Tuesday to declassify the executive summary of a report detailing the CIA's George W. Bush-era torture and interrogation program, a move that will push the White House into the center of a fierce debate over how much to reveal about the agency's contentious post-9/11 actions.The committee's vote was 11-3, with Democrats joined by several Republicans."The report exposes brutality that stands in stark contrast to our values as a nation.

Senate Committee Approves CIA Torture Report For Release, Focus Moves To White House

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Senate Committee Approves CIA Torture Report For Release, Focus Moves To White House

huffingtonpost.com2014-04-03 20:43:57Cache

The Senate Intelligence Committee voted Tuesday to declassify the executive summary of a report detailing the CIA's George W. Bush-era torture and interrogation program, a move that will push the White House into the center of a fierce debate over how much to reveal about the agency's contentious post-9/11 actions.The committee's vote was 11-3, with Democrats joined by several Republicans."The report exposes brutality that stands in stark contrast to our values as a nation.

Anpo special P10 ③ grey zone

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Anpo special P10 ③ grey zone

the-japan-news.com2014-03-27 19:13:42Cache

The Yomiuri ShimbunKatsumata: The SDF are said to rely on a very weak legal basis for their activities.Saito: The most important question is how Japan should respond to situations that can be described as hovering in a gray zone—that is to say, circumstances that constitute neither a military emergency nor fully fledged peace.

Linta: Serbs in Croatia in difficult position, including the expelled ones

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Linta: Serbs in Croatia in difficult position, including the expelled ones

inserbia.info2014-03-27 17:58:19Cache

BELGRADE – President of the Coalition of Refugee Associations Miodrag Linta has noted that the Serbs in Croatia are in a difficult position, including the expelled ones, as they cannot exercise their basic human rights. Photo: mc.rs Linta said in a release that he is not satisfied with the estimate by Croatian Ambassador to Serbia Gordan Markotic who said that the position of the Serbs in that country is “generally good”.

MoI: 2 ISIL elements arrested in Salah il-Din

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MoI: 2 ISIL elements arrested in Salah il-Din

iraqinews.com2014-03-24 15:22:00Cache

Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) The Ministry of Interior announced arrested two elements of the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant in Salah il-Din. The spokesperson of the MoI, Saad Maan, stated in a press statement “Salah il-Din Police Command arrested two ISIL elements in Salah il-Din and they confessed in committing several terrorist actions against the citizens and security elements in the province.

Group Members Specially Trained In Syria Detained In Azerbaijan

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Group Members Specially Trained In Syria Detained In Azerbaijan

haberler.com2014-03-05 12:33:07Cache

03/05/2014 13:01 Baku, Azerbaijan, March 5By Ilkin Izzet - Trend: Members of religious extremist groups have been detained during a special operation conducted in Azerbaijan in 2013.They have been trained in Syria and prepared for committing criminal sabotage and terrorist actions, according to a report from the Cabinet of Ministers submitted to the Parliament as of 2013.Various types of firearms, ammunition, explosives and other military equipment were found.

BBC news chief signs open letter calling for Peter Greste's release

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BBC news chief signs open letter calling for Peter Greste's release

theguardian.com2014-02-22 20:45:05Cache

Peter Greste: BBC news chief James Harding has called for the Al-Jazeera reporter's release from jail in Egypt Senior BBC news executives are among seven signatories of an open letter urging the Egyptian authorities to free one of the BBC's former staff, Peter Greste, from prison.He is due to face trial in Cairo this week with two of his Al-Jazeera colleagues, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed, on charges of spreading false news.