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DPM Prawit denies the existence of CIA’s secret prison in

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon who is in charge of security affairs categorically denied there was a CIA’s secret detention centre in Thailand as alleged by Amnesty International. Amnesty International said in its statement that veteran CIA undercover agent Gina Haspel who was picked by President Donald Trump to be the new CIA director used […]Read More

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Wikileaks publishes files on CIA hacking abilities

Yesterday, WikiLeaks, the organisation behind the Edward Snowden leaks, released files going into detail about the CIA’s hacking capabilities. The collection, which WikiLeaks dubbed “vault 7”, contains 8761 files including claims the CIA can bypass the encryption of many popular encrypted messaging apps including WhatsApp, Signal, Telegram, Wiebo, Confide, and Cloackman, and hack all major […]Read More

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Obama administration miscalculated consequences of Arab Spring: CIA

PanARMENIAN.Net – The outgoing administration of U.S. President Barack Obama overestimated the outcome of the Arab Spring, in expecting democracy to take root in the region, CIA Director John Brennan said, according to Sputnik. He added that although the people in the region wanted individual freedom, “the concept of democracy is something that really is […]Read More

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Thai Government Denies Housing CIA Secret Prison

BANGKOK — Thailand’s national intelligence chief has denied the existence of a secret prison inside the country’s borders, following heightened queries about the CIA’s alleged “black site” in Thailand after the recent release of a damning investigation into the United States’ post-9/11 interrogations of terrorist suspects. “There is no secret prison in Thailand,” said Suwaphan […]Read More

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US citizens warned of possible danger

The US Embassy warned American citizens in Thailand early Wednesday of possible dangers because of the release of the report on CIA torture and rendition. According to the email, sent to those who register for US government information, the release of the US Senate’s report “could prompt anti-US protests and violence against US interests, including […]Read More

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Thai support for CIA torture “totally untrue”: National Security Council

The National Security Council on Wednesday firmly dismissed a report that Thailand had been involved in the US Central Intelligence Agency’s secret detention and torture of suspected terrorists during the post-September 11, 2001 period. Released by the Open Society Foundations, a George Soros organisation, the report identified 54 governments, including Thailand, as collaborators of the […]Read More

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C.I.A. Torture Chamber at Bangkok’s International Airport?

BANGKOK, Thailand — The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency may have used Bangkok’s former Don Muang International Airport as its secret prison to torture a suspected Muslim terrorist, the first time a specific location has ever been described within Thailand, according to statements by the Libyan who survived. It was impossible to immediately confirm Abdel Hakim […]Read More

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Libya rebel leader ‘tortured by CIA’ in Thailand

A trove of security documents discovered after the fall of Tripoli reveal details of the West’s efforts to turn Libya’s mercurial leader Moammar Gadhafi from foe to ally. They also provide an embarrassing example of the US administration’s collaboration with authoritarian regimes in the war on terror. The documents mention a half dozen names of […]Read More