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The Central Intelligence Agency has issued a set of interim findings on hundreds of reported cases of the mysterious neurological…

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Europe

Lithuania opens doors of alleged former CIA secret prison

Lithuania has opened the doors of a former CIA site near Vilnius, more than 16 years after the Washington Post…

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Europe

Detention centre in Lithuania opened after inmate won compensation

Lithuania has opened up a former riding club on the outskirts of its capital Vilnius to the media which was…

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Europe

Taliban denies freeing suicide bomber before deadly Kabul attack

The Taliban has strongly denied US claims that it was responsible for setting free the Islamic State-linked suicide bomber who…

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FBI acknowledges agents may have had ‘Havana Syndrome’ symptoms

The FBI has acknowledged for the first time that some of its agents may have suffered from symptoms of the…

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Justice Department tells Supreme Court that Guantanamo detainee can testify about torture at CIA site

Washington — A Guantanamo Bay detainee working to learn more about his torture at an alleged CIA “black site” can…

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CIA sounds alarm over capture, killing of dozens of informants: report

The CIA has called on its frontline spies to step up their operational security around the world after dozens of…

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CIA chief tried to coach an isolated Ghani through U.S. withdrawal

Seven weeks before Kabul fell to Taliban forces, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani met with CIA Director Bill Burns to discuss…

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Tech

Security News This Week: Even the CIA and NSA Use Ad Blockers to Stay Safe Online

Everything old was new again this week as ransomware came roaring back into the headlines, hitting a crucial Iowa grain…

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CIA Vienna station head recalled over ‘Havana Syndrome’ response

The CIA recalled its chief of station in Vienna, in part over his alleged mishandling of reported cases of “Havana…

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