The European Court of Human Rights has censured Lithuania and Romania for their complicity in secret rendition, following evidence from the Bureau.
Secret documents obtained by the Bureau confirm the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) set up and ran a “black site” for detention of al Qaeda suspects, say lawyers.
Between 2002 and 2008, at least 119 people disappeared into a worldwide detention network run by the CIA and facilitated by its foreign partners.
Latest legal case seeks more information about CIA secret prison in Antaviliai.
John Kiriakou talks to the Bureau on the last day of his house arrest.
We highlight our findings from three months’ research into the CIA’s detention and interrogation programme.
Polish government complicit in secretive CIA torture programme, rules European Court of Human Rights.
Senate committee corrects errors in the appendix of their published investigation into CIA detention and interrogation.
MEPs to resume inquiry into CIA’s rendition and interrogation activities in Europe.
An aid for people reading the Senate summary report and stories in this Bureau project.
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Bureau investigation establishes that less than a quarter of CIA detainees were transferred to top military prison camp.
Bureau analysis into the last year of the CIA’s torture program.
The Bureau partners with The Rendition Project to launch a major new investigation into CIA torture.
A link to the 499-page summary of the Senate Committee’s six year investigation.