More than 50 years after the U.S.-imposed embargo, President Obama has announced an effort to normalize ties with Cuba.
The CIA has commonly cited a number of thwarted terrorist plots as justification for its interrogation programs. However, the Senate Intelligence Committee recently released a report on the CIA’s program that contradicts the agency's claims.
The report says the CIA exaggerated the role of harsh interrogation; the agency defends its account.
A Senate probe of the agency’s secret interrogations after 9/11 alleges the use of unapproved practices and dishonesty with the White House and Congress.
The publicly released version of Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the CIA detention program refers to the agency’s post-Sept.11 “black sites” as color-themed codes.
Of the 119, 20 names were previously unknown.
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the CIA’s interrogation program listed, for the first time, the names of the 119 detainees who went through the agency’s secret prison system.
Four Yemenis and a Tunisian were moved to Slovakia and the Republic of Georgia for resettlement.
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