CIA Director defends his work and admits there were unauthorized actions

The Director of the CIA, John Brennan, defended the legality of interrogation methods applied to suspected terrorists after the attacks of September 11, 2001. Brennan gave a speech from the central agency, followed by a press conference to respond to the report conclusions of the...

Former members and current CIA agents defend against torture report

High range current spies and former members of the CIA discredited on Wednesday the Senate investigation regarding torture practices used after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in United States. The former interrogators and current CIA officials came out in...

Tortures carried out by the CIA in Poland are confirmed by former president

The Polish former president Aleksander Kwasniewski said on Wednesday that the torture applied in interrogations of CIA suspected on Polish territory ceased following pressure from Warsaw in 2003. These statements confirm that these procedures were performed in Poland by the CIA....

Senate report reveals that the CIA used brutal torture techniques

The US Senate issued this Tuesday a report on the brutal torture techniques the CIA used to interrogate suspects after the 2001 attacks. The report contains harsh revelations about the secret program launched by the government of President George W. Bush (2001-2009), to...

Winners of the Nobel Peace Prize urge Obama to disclose US acts of torture

Twelve Nobel Peace winners urged President Barack Obama to disclose how much the United States resorted to torture after the 11-S, and demanded the release of a report on interrogation techniques applied by the CIA. Obama, also a Nobel Peace Prize, admitted in August that the US...

CIA helps to recruit German spy

The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) collaborated to recruit a newly discovered double agent in the German Secret Service (BND), according to the U.S. TV channel CBS. This would be an authorized action to know more about the activities of the German government, reported CBS...

CIA inaugurated its account on Twitter

“We can neither confirm or deny that this is our first tweet,” yesterday published the Central Intelligence Agency through its new account in the social network Twitter. With this  joke about its proverbial hermeticism, the largest spy agency in the world opened its...