Germans Call for Action on CIA Renditions

The German media is asking why the case of a German citizen who was snatched from Macedonia, handed over to the CIA and held in Afghanistan is proceeding slowly. Critics cite an Italian investigation of a rendition case that resulted in warrants being issued for 13 CIA agents.

Members of the European Parliament are pushing for debate on "renditions" carried out by U.S. spy agencies on the continent, hoping that publicity will end cooperation with the CIA.

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