Coming soon: Former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell sat down with VICE News for a candid discussion about the Iraq war and the CIA’s enhanced interrogation program.
For years, a former CIA agent and the alleged terrorist she was convicted of abducting have walked parallel paths in seeking to reveal the truth about the incident.
A senior Bush administration official told VICE News in January that the agency did hold prisoners at a US base on the British Indian Ocean territory. But the UK continues to stall on releasing the logs.
VICE News spoke to Lawrence Wilkerson, the former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, about the abuses committed in the name of the War on Terror and Britain's role in the CIA's rendition program.
A detailed investigation by a human rights NGO cross references flight data with information on detainee movements from the Senate Intelligence Committee torture report.
A Pakistani man who claims he was illegally detained and tortured by British forces in Iraq has won the right to sue the UK government over his ordeal.
New documents reveal intelligence agencies hold policies for spying on confidential communications between lawyers and their clients.
Attorneys for two victims of a controversial rendition program say British spy agencies have secret policies on the interception of private communications between lawyers and their clients that should be made public.
For more than a decade, campaigners have been investigating whether America held terror suspects at a "black site" on the British Indian Ocean territory.
A high-profile terror case against Moazzam Begg collapsed abruptly after prosecutors announced the discovery of "new material" that proved his innocence.
Diego Garcia, the British Indian Ocean Territory leased for a US military base, hides the truth over UK involvement in the CIA rendition program. But on the surface at least, the closest thing to waterboarding going on is drenching in the drunk tank.
The Foreign Office has reverted back to its original claim that records of flights through Diego Garcia, the British territory implicated in the CIA's global abduction operation, have been destroyed by water damage.