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When Hajji Juma Khan was arrested and transported to New York to face charges under a new American narco-terrorism law in 2008, federal prosecutors described him as perhaps the biggest and most dangerous drug lord in Afghanistan, a shadowy figure who
A Canadian judicial lynching
American officials exerted sustained pressure on Germany not to enforce arrest warrants against Central Intelligence Agency officers involved in the 2003 kidnapping of a German citizen mistakenly believed to be a terrorist, diplomatic cables made pub
One of the women that is accusing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of sex crimes appears to have worked with a group that has connections to the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). James D. Catlin, a lawyer who recently represented Assange, said
Murder is out of control in fascist Honduras
A group of military veterans are suing to get the CIA to come clean about allegedly implanting remote control devices in their brains.
A group of military veterans are suing to get the CIA to come clean about allegedly implanting remote control devices in their brains. It's well known that the CIA began testing substances like LSD on soldiers beginning in the 1950s but less is known
A Pakistani tribesman is seeking $500 million dollars in compensation from the CIA after his son and brother were killed in America's covert drone war against Al-Qaeda, his lawyer said. Kareem Khan said his house was hit by US missiles on December 31
The WikiLeaks website says it’s under a forceful Internet-based attack, and the site was inaccessible to some users in U.S. and Europe throughout the morning Tuesday. The site, which just distributed a trove of U.S. diplomatic documents, said in a
An Iranian nuclear scientist has been killed and another injured in separate attacks in Tehran today. The scientists were targeted in 2 different locations by men riding motorcycles who attached bombs to their car windows as they drove to work.
Afghan President Karzai told a US envoy that the Pakistani government is forcing Taliban fighters to keep fighting coalition forces. Asdd evidence to claims Pakistan is intentionally prolonging the war effort to ensure any future peace settlement res
A federal magistrate in San Francisco ordered the CIA to produce specific records and testimony about the human experiments the government allegedly conducted on thousands of soldiers from 1950 through 1975. They used 7,800 soldiers as guinea pigs
A secret history of the United States government’s Nazi-hunting operation concludes that American intelligence officials created a “safe haven” in the United States for Nazis and their collaborators after World War II, and it details decades of clash
Police have been urged to start a murder inquiry into Dr David Kelly’s death following further allegations that he did not commit suicide. Officers have been told the government scientist could not have taken an overdose of painkillers.
Sweden is investigating to see whether the US embassy has committed any crime by carrying out surveillance measures, the prosecutor's office said today in a case similar to one that has blown up in neighbouring Norway. The probe to see if illegal
No charges will be filed against the CIA's former top clandestine officer or anyone else in the destruction of CIA videotapes of harsh interrogations of suspected terrorists, the Justice Department announced Tuesday. Another part of the nearly thr
Not for nothing have they called Valerie Plame Wilson the Glamorous Spy. And yet for years, she lived a life of secrecy that most of us would have trouble fathoming, unable to tell her best friends what she actually did for a living, or her own hu
In a footnote to a tragic mistake, the CIA revealed Monday that 16 retired and current officers were given administrative punishments for their role in Peru’s 2001 shootdown of a plane that killed two innocent Americans from Muskegon. American mis
A senior Pentagon official broke Defense Department rules and “deliberately misled” senior generals when he set up a network of private contractors to spy in Afghanistan and Pakistan beginning last year, according to the results of an internal govern
The annual cost of US intelligence is public for the first time: just over $80 billion for 2010. Figures released by the government yesterday show $27 billion goes to military intelligence and $53.1 billion covers the CIA and some of the country’s ot
Newly-released documents about Anwar Al-Awlaki, a Muslim-American tied to many terrorist attacks and currently on the CIA’s capture or kill list, are leading some to believe he may in fact be working for the CIA or another government intelligence age
The US announced $2 billion in military aid for Pakistan as the countries sought to dispel doubts about Islamabad's commitment to uprooting Islamist insurgents from safe havens on its soil. "The United States has no stronger partner when it comes to
The CIA was cautioned last year that a self-proclaimed al-Qaeda turncoat might be luring the agency into an ambush, a warning that came weeks before the man killed seven agency operatives in a suicide attack in Afghanistan, an internal investigation
A new report from a U.S. foundation details allegations of detainee abuse as recently as this year from Afghans who say they were held at a secret jail inside the main American military base in Afghanistan. The U.S. military has long operated a fa
After this country's then-military dictator deposed the Supreme Court chief justice in 2007, a boisterous movement of protesting lawyers took to the streets and ushered in the return of democracy. Now the court may bring about an end to elected gover
Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf will return to lead a new political party to tackle corruption, revive the sluggish economy and step up the fight against Islamist militants. Musharraf, who quit office in 2008 to avoid impeachment
An Internet video showing men in Pakistani military uniforms executing six young men in civilian clothes has heightened concerns about unlawful killings by Pakistani soldiers supported by the United States.
After months of argument over lawmakers' access to briefings on top-secret intelligence, Congress sent the first intelligence authorization bill since 2004 to President Obama with language meant to strengthen oversight of sensitive spy operations.
An unidentified military helicopter blasted rockets at a house where Somali militants were meeting on Sunday, according to residents and insurgent leaders, in an apparent strike against the Shabab insurgent group.