New details of a CIA “black site” prison in Romania threaten to estrange some NATO partners and sour relations between the European Union and the United States.
Former U.S. intelligence officials have identified a building in Bucharest, Romania, where CIA officers conducted interrogations of terror suspects using controversial methods that included sleep deprivation and soaking, according to Associated Press reports. Human rights groups are calling for a fresh investigation and insisting that those responsible be held accountable for any abuses of detainees as well as for the cover-up.
As new details of this CIA “black site” prison emerge, it threatens to estrange some NATO partners and sour relations between the European Union and the United States.
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