US State Department Releases Further Documents In Response to APPG's 2008 FOI Request

The APPG has received an additional 42 pages of document production in response to its FOIA request of 17 November 2008.

 

The documents can be read here.

Intelligence and Security Committee Issues Call for Evidence for Rendition Investigation

The ISC has issued a call for evidence for its forthcoming investigation into extraordinary rendition to examine issues raised by the now-defunct Detainee Inquiry.

 

More can be read here.

Further details of CIA torture of Detainees Emerges Ahead of Publication of Senate Intelligence Committee

Previously undisclosed accounts of brutality are allegedly contained in the Senate report.  More can be read here.

FOI Request Raises Questions About Diego Garcia Weather That Allegedly Damaged Flight Records

According to the Foreign Office records, Diego Garcia received 3.25 inches of rain in the month of June, compared to an average of 5.4 inches of rain.  In response to a parliamentary question asked by Andrew Tyrie and Paul Flynn in July, the Foreign Office responded that Diego Garcia flight records had been water damaged due to 'extremely heavy weather in June 2014'.

 

More can be read here.

Unanswered questions about 'black site' on Diego Garcia

Questions remain as to whether the British Government allowed the US to detain terror suspects on Diego Garcia.  More can be read here and here.

Andrew Tyrie Calls for the Truth on British Involvement in Rendition and Torture

In an editorial in the Independent, Andrew Tyrie asks 'Why is the truth on torture so long in coming'?  The article can be read here.

UK Ambassador Met With US Senate Intelligence Committee Over Rendition Report

Freedom of Information records show that UK Ambassador to the US Peter Westmacott met with the US Senate Intelligence Committee 21 times throughout the Committee's investigation of rendition.  More can be read here.

Release of Senate Intelligence Committee Report Expected Soon

The White House is expected to declassify the 600-page summary in the next few days.

 

More can be read here.