Did African States Assist CIA Renditions?
A report has highlighted the involvement of African governments in the "capture", "detention" and "transfer" of individuals suspected of acts of terror by the U.S Central Intelligence Agency.
Southern Africa: Regional States Helped CIA Renditions, Says Report
Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa, 5 February 2013
The shocking extent of the CIA's highly classified programme of secret detention and extraordinary rendition of terrorist suspects has finally been made laid bare by a remarkable ... read more »
Sudan Tribune, 5 February 2013
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) transferred five individuals suspected of having links to al-Qaeda from Malawi to Sudan in 2003, according to a report released on Tuesday. read more »
Human Rights Watch, 14 December 2012
The UK government's compensation to a Libyan dissident over its complicity in his torture and rendition provides some relief but does not absolve it of the duty to investigate. A ... read more »
Somalia: The CIA's Secret Sites in Somalia
Fahamu, 14 July 2011
Renditions, an underground prison and a new CIA base are elements of an intensifying US war, according to a Nation investigation in Mogadishu, by Jeremy Scahill. read more »
East Africa: Time to Review Extradition Procedures in Region
Institute for Security Studies, 10 November 2010
The 11th July 2010 Kampala bombings and the subsequent investigations have again highlighted the complexities of fighting crime while at the same time observing the human rights of ... read more »