Inside the Battle Over the CIA Torture Report

It will contain information about foreign countries that aided in the secret detention and interrogation of suspected terrorists.

Gitmo is no Mecca.

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After months of internal wrangling, the Senate Intelligence Committee is finally set to release its report on President George W. Bush-era CIA practices, which among other details will contain information about foreign countries that aided in the secret detention and interrogation of suspected terrorists.

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