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CIA made doctors torture suspected terrorists after 9/11, taskforce finds

Doctors and psychologists working for the US military violated the ethical codes of their profession under instruction from the defence department and the CIA to become involved in the torture and degrading treatment of suspected terrorists, an investigation has concluded.<p>The report of the …

Obama-NSA: Wall Street Journal reports Obama didn't know about spying on Merkel, others until this past summer.

Glenn Greenwald's latest Snowden-fueled revelation dropped Monday in Spanish newspaper <i>El Mundo</i>, but the day's most interesting revelation about …

Yahoo and Google furious over reports NSA secretly intercepts data links http://gu.com/p/3kxpq/fb Google said in a statement: 'We have long been concerned about the possibility of this kind of snooping.' Leaked files suggest NSA can collect information 'at will' by intercepting cables that connect Google and Yahoo's data hubs. Photograph: Walter Bieri/AP

الاضراب عن الطعام في سجن غوانتاناموا - رسوم متحركة مع ترجمة بالعربيhttp://gu.com/p/3je4p/fb بدأت تقاريرعن اضراب معتقلي سجن غوانتاناموا في كوبا عن الطعام تتسرب للخارج في اذار ٢٠١٢ لكن تفاصيل الموضوع كانت محدودة جدا و سارع الجيش الامريكي بنقضها. هذا الفيلم يستند على شهادات خمسة من المعتقلين في سجن غوانتاناموا تكشف عن معاملة وحشية على مدار اليوم للمعتقلين داخل السجن. ولايزال هناك ١٧ معتقل مستمرين في اضرابهم عن الطعام حتى اليوم و تم اجبار ١٦ معتقل من بينهم على الاطعام بالقوة مما ادى لادخال اثنين منهم المستشفى تحذير: الفيلم يحتوي على مشاهد قد تكون مزعجة للبعض•

NSA surveillance goes beyond Orwell's imagination – Alan Rusbridger

The potential of the surveillance state goes way beyond anything in George Orwell's 1984, Alan Rusbridger, the Guardian's editor-in-chief, told an audience in New York on Monday.<p>Speaking in the wake of a series of revelations in the Guardian about the extent of the National Security Agency's …