mei 152014
 

Investigators mapped flight paths of private contractor planes that stopped in Djibouti, a suspected CIA ‘black site’ New evidence culled from a court case involving CIA contractors has revealed flight paths through Djibouti that appear to indicate the country’s role as a hub of the CIA’s rendition network in Africa, according to documents released by the U.K.-based human rights group Reprieve and New York University’s Global Justice Clinic. The documents could support the case of Mohammad al-Asad, a former CIA [lees verder]

mei 152014
 

Horn of Africa nation has denied hosting secret prison facilities for US, but classified document may undermine claim The legal case of a former CIA detainee suing the government of Djibouti for hosting the facility where he says he was detained could be helped by the contents of a still-classified Senate report. Djibouti, a key U.S. ally, has denied for years that its territory has been used to keep suspected Al-Qaeda operatives in secret captivity. But the Senate investigation into [lees verder]