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A harrowing account from a man the CIA handed over to Jordan – smuggled from prison on tiny paper – exposes U.S. complicity in torture.

During a recent visit to the home of someone who had been detained by the Jordanian intelligence service in 2002, Joanne Mariner was given two very thin strips of paper covered with Arabic writing and marked with a thumbprint. The message's author was a…
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"Why Jordan?" The question puzzled Abu Hamza al-Tabuki, a Saudi citizen who claims that US agents arrested him in Afghanistan in December 2001 and, after interrogating him in Pakistan, flew him in a private jet to Jordan. Al-Tabuki is one of more than a…
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 "Why Jordan?"
 The question puzzled Abu Hamza al-Tabuki, a Saudi citizen who claims that US
 agents arrested him in Afghanistan in December 2001, interrogated him in
 Pakistan, and then flew him in a private jet to Jordan…
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Even as the UK was negotiating its assurances with Jordan, the United States was knowingly sending terrorism suspects to Jordan for purposes of interrogation under torture. The evidence of US complicity in the torture of terrorism suspects in Jordan also…
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CIA Transfer of Suspects to Jordan for Interrogation Violates International Law

Click to expand Image Note written by Ali al-Hajj al-Sharqawi while…
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Washington Should Reveal Fate of People ‘Disappeared’ by US

(New York) – The US government should account for all the missing detainees once held by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The 50-page report, “Ghost Prisoner: Two Years in Secret CIA Detention,”…
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 When Marwan Jabour opened his
 eyes, after a blindfold, a mask, and other coverings were taken off him, he saw
 soldiers and, on the wall behind them, framed photographs of King Hussein and
 King Abdullah of Jordan.He was…
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The European Parliament should condemn European complicity in the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) program of “extraordinary renditions” and secret detention of prisoners, Human Rights Watch said today. The report of the European Parliament’s…
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Diplomatic Assurances Against Torture Offer No Protection From Abuse

The United Nations’ ruling that Sweden violated the global torture ban in its involvement in the CIA transfer of an asylum seeker to Egypt is an important step toward establishing accountability for European governments complicit in illegal US renditions…
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Council of Europe Deadline Is Today; European Parliament to Begin Hearings

European governments must provide detailed information about their participation in or knowledge of the Central Intelligence Agency’s unlawful detention and transfer of terrorist suspects. Two European bodies are investigating the CIA’s activities in…