America’s Universal Torture Regime
Prisoners were subjected to “rectal feeding,” “rectal hydration,” and similar violations.
by William Norman Grigg
The Only CIA Officer Charged for the CIA Torture Program is the Whistleblower
Kiriakou was charged with a 30-month prison sentence.
by Daily Sabah

CIA struggled to keep rationalizing brutal interrogations, report shows
U.S. interrogation program became a self-justifying venture that went beyond promised constraints, report says.
by David S. Cloud
The REAL Reason Guantanamo Is Being Kept Open
“We Can Never Let The World Know What I Have Done To You”.
by Washington's Blog

UK complicit? US Senate report into CIA torture and rendition due
Details on the scope of Britain’s involvement in US rendition practices post 9/11 has surfaced.
Sexual threats, other CIA methods detailed in new U.S. report
Harsh methods used to interrogate terrorism suspects were ineffective at eliciting critical information…
by Mark Hosenball

Iran Denies Airstrikes Against IS Militants in Iraq
There was a possibility Iran could strike the IS targets.
by Sputnik

CIA torture report to be published on Monday without the word 'torture'
“This report tells a story of which no American is proud.”
by RT
Inside Kobani, scenes of devastation on every side
Syrian city reduced to concrete debris.
by Nick Paton Walsh

Bomb near Baghdad's Green Zone kills two people
Bomb struck 200 meters from the edge of zone.
by Reuters
British-American journalist hostage Luke Somers threatened with execution by al-Qaeda
Will execute a British-American journalist within three days.
by Lamiat Sabin

Kerry: It Will Take Years to Defeat Islamic State
Militants must worry about what will come down on them from the sky.
by VOA News
Confusion swirls, details murky in arrest of ISIS leader's 'wife'
Authorities say she is not the wife of ISIS leader.
by Jethro Mullen

Pentagon Denies It Conducts Airstrikes with Iran Against ISIS
Pentagon spokesperson Rear Admiral John Kirby comments.
Al-Qaeda in Yemen rebukes ISIS
Infighting between militants.
by Paul Cruickshank