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Gina Haspel cleared by Senate panel to head CIA despite controversy

SBS Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Gina Haspel cleared by Senate panel to head CIA despite controversyA key US Senate panel has greenlighted the nomination of Gina Haspel to become director of the Central Intelligence Agency, despite her involvement in the torture of Al-Qaeda detainees in the early 2000s.
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News video: Haspel's Likely Nod For CIA Chief A Crushing Defeat For Human Rights Advocates

▶ Haspel's Likely Nod For CIA Chief A Crushing Defeat For Human Rights Advocates 00:53

It appears Gina Haspel will be confirmed by the US Senate to be the next CIA Director. So far, she has not apologized for carrying out US policies allowing the torture of terror suspects. Her confirmation will mark a major defeat for Democrats and human rights groups. For years, they've pursued a...

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