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5 Feb, 2016 23:55

RT America -- February 5, 2016

‘This isn’t a miscarriage of justice, this is an abortion’ –Fmr CIA analyst on Assange case
The fate of WikiLeaks founder and whistleblower Julian Assange is still up in the air, even though a UN panel ruled in his favor over his nearly four-year detention at the Ecuadorian embassy, as UK and Swedish authorities are still willing to pursue him. RT’s Anya Parampil speaks with former CIA analyst Ray McGovern on the entire trial of Assange and the UN’s decision.

Pentagon releases 200 Bush-era torture photos after decade-long battle

Defense Department officials have released 198 Bush-era photographs of detainees mistreated and abused by US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, after a 12-year battle against the ACLU to keep those images from the public. RT’s Alexey Yaroshevsky gives us the details.