Moussa Koussa

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Rendition, Zero Dark Thirty and the brutal reality of Britain's secret services

Henry Porter: Kathryn Bigelow's film about the killing of Osama bin Laden does not touch the reality of what occurred in the 'war on terror'

Henry Porter

16, Dec, 2012 @12:06 AM

Human Rights Watch accuses US of covering up extent of waterboarding

The organisation alleges that opponents of Muammar Gaddafi were subjected to the torture at secret CIA prisons

Chris McGreal in Washington

06, Sep, 2012 @4:00 AM

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Abdullah al-Senussi extradition unites Lockerbie relatives
Families on either side of debate over Megrahi role in bombing urge Scottish prosecutors to try to question Gaddafi spy chief

Severin Carrell, Scotland correspondent, and Chris Stephen

05, Sep, 2012 @7:11 PM

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Libyan dissident offered money to avoid MI6 appearing in open court
Abdel Hakim Belhaj offered £1m in compensation over alleged UK involvement in his rendition to the Gaddafi regime

Richard Norton-Taylor

10, Apr, 2012 @8:21 PM

Police to investigate MI6 over rendition and torture of Libyans

Criminal inquiry announced as DPP says there is not enough evidence to prosecute agents over Pakistan and Afghanistan allegations

Ian Cobain

12, Jan, 2012 @2:16 PM

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How MI6 deal sent family to Gaddafi's jail
Exclusive: Libyan Islamist reveals how wife and children were 'rendered' before Tony Blair visit

Ian Cobain, Mustafa Khalili and Mona Mahmood

09, Sep, 2011 @5:04 PM

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Libyan spy overlord's HQ reveals a rather low-tech underworld
The Tripoli office of Gaddafi's trusted aide Moussa Koussa has been ransacked – and it's more Get Smart than James Bond

David Smith and Martin Chulov

05, Sep, 2011 @5:50 PM

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Torture inquiry to investigate UK-Libya rendition claims
PM says Gibson inquiry will examine extent of intelligence-sharing by British secret services with the Gaddafi regime

Patrick Wintour, political editor

05, Sep, 2011 @2:06 PM

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Koussa among defectors 'helping Nato bomb secret Gaddafi sites'
Gaddafi ex-loyalist is black box of regime, say Libyan officials as UK military calls for more air strikes despite deadly hostel hit

Martin Chulov in Tripoli, and Richard Norton-Taylor

15, May, 2011 @7:18 PM

The curious world of diplomatic relations | Paul Behrens
Paul Behrens: It may let diplomats get away with murder, but 50 years on, the Vienna convention on diplomatic relations is still the only option

Paul Behrens

18, Apr, 2011 @4:45 PM

Libya's false chaos theory | Jane Kinninmont
Jane Kinninmont: An argument much used by Arab autocrats under threat in Libya and elsewhere is that disintegration would follow their overthrow

Jane Kinninmont

17, Apr, 2011 @2:00 PM

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Libyan defector Moussa Koussa keeps low profile at Doha conference
Gaddafi's ex-foreign minister plans to meet Libya's rebel national council privately in Qatari capital

Ian Black in Doha

13, Apr, 2011 @5:12 PM

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