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CIA admits to spying on US Senate investigators, issues apology

Aug 01, 2014

CIA admits to spying on US Senate investigators, issues apology

The Senate committee has been investigating excesses allegedly committed by CIA officers who used harsh interrogation methods, including waterboarding or simulated drowning, and established a network of secret prisons abroad. #US #CIA #NewsTracker #Spying #John Brennan #President Barack Obama #Senate Intelligence Committee #Black Sites #Senate investigation #CIA interrogation techniques
Top officials not informed about CIA's interrogation practices Senate report

Jul 31, 2014

Top officials not informed about CIA's interrogation practices Senate report

The still-classified report also says some ambassadors who were informed about interrogations of al-Qaida detainees at so-called black sites in their countries were instructed not to tell their superiors at the State Department #White House #CIA #NewsTracker #Obama administration #US Senate #9/11 attacks #Black Sites #interrogation technique
Obama seeks to calm Germany's US spying concerns in talks with Merkel

Jul 16, 2014

Obama seeks to calm Germany's US spying concerns in talks with Merkel

US President Barack Obama sought to allay German concerns on Tuesday over allegations of espionage #White House #World #Barack Obama #US #CIA #NewsTracker #Angela Merkel #Germany #Washington #Spying #NSA #Edward Snowden
Germany tells CIA station chief to leave nation over US spy scandal

Jul 11, 2014

Germany tells CIA station chief to leave nation over US spy scandal

Germany told the CIA station chief in Berlin to leave the country on Thursday in a dramatic display of anger from Chancellor Angela Merkel. #World #US #CIA #NewsTracker #Angela Merkel #Germany #Washington #Spying #Berlin #Snooping #US spies
Trust means security, says Merkel as Germany asks US spy to leave the country

Jul 10, 2014

Trust means security, says Merkel as Germany asks US spy to leave the country

Merkel stressed the need for greater trust between allies, a position she has repeatedly voiced since reports last year that the National Security Agency eavesdropped on her cellphone. #World #CIA #NewsTracker #Angela Merkel #Germany #Spying #NSA #Edward Snowden #US Surveillance program #US-Germany ties #illegal surveillance #Double agent

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Trust means security, says Merkel as Germany asks US spy to leave the country

Jul 31, 2014

Report: CIA improperly accessed Senate computers

An internal CIA investigation has determined its employees improperly accessed computers used by the Senate Intelligence Committee while it was working on a report about the agency’s post-9/11 detention and interrogation program, according to a repor... #George W. Bush #Central Intelligence Agency #California #Senate Intelligence Committee #Dianne Feinstein #U.S. Senate #U.S. Democratic Party
Trust means security, says Merkel as Germany asks US spy to leave the country

Aug 01, 2014

CIA Says It Spied on Senate Computers

CIA agents spied on computers used by a Senate panel probing the agency's interrogation program, an internal CIA report found... #George W. Bush #Central Intelligence Agency #California #Senate Intelligence Committee #Dianne Feinstein #U.S. Senate #U.S. Democratic Party
Trust means security, says Merkel as Germany asks US spy to leave the country

Jul 31, 2014

CIA director apologizes for agency improperly searching Senate computers

The nation's chief spook has done a very public 180-degree turn and apologized for snooping on a congressional committee, it was disclosed Thursday... #George W. Bush #Central Intelligence Agency #California #Senate Intelligence Committee #Dianne Feinstein #U.S. Senate #U.S. Democratic Party
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