CIA torture report highlights underlying sadistic revenge inflicted in the process of interrogations
It provoked soul-searching in Britain and the US, but many Arabic news sources ignored the report
It's building rapport that makes interrogation successful, not coercion, says Prof Laurence Alison
Arab states offer support to US military campaign, but CIA says IS may be much larger threat than originally estimated
Pyongyang calls the fictional thriller a 'politically motivated provocation' backed by Downing Street
Agencies don't need 'concrete facts' to label individuals terrorists – so how are people watchlisted?
'Yes, we're serious' say German MPs considering a return to old fashioned methods after US spy row
American who vanished in 2007 was part of 'rogue' CIA operation and agency paid $2.5m to cover its tracks
Medical professionals at Guantanamo Bay and war bases accused of violating oath to 'do no harm'
Former CIA agent Valerie Plame, outed ten years ago, says spies not all unstable sexpots like Carrie