Probe Fails to Find Proof of CIA Detention in Europe The Swiss politician investigating allegations of secret CIA prisons and the transport of terrorism suspects through Europe said Tuesday it's highly likely that European governments knew detainees were flown through Europe. But he says there is no definitive evidence of CIA detention centers in Europe.
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Probe Fails to Find Proof of CIA Detention in Europe

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Probe Fails to Find Proof of CIA Detention in Europe

Probe Fails to Find Proof of CIA Detention in Europe

Probe Fails to Find Proof of CIA Detention in Europe

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The Swiss politician investigating allegations of secret CIA prisons and the transport of terrorism suspects through Europe said Tuesday it's highly likely that European governments knew detainees were flown through Europe. But he says there is no definitive evidence of CIA detention centers in Europe.

The issue is a sensitive one for European governments and highlights just how differently ordinary people in Europe see the war on terrorism, compared to in the United States.