Letting us in on a secret on the CIA Operations

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By Dana Milbank, Thursday, October 11, 2:44 AM, The Washington Post When House Republicans called a hearing in the middle of their long recess, you knew it would be something big, and indeed it was: They accidentally blew the CIA’s cover. The purpose of Wednesday’s hearing of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee was to…

Wikileaks: UK attacked Libya for British Petrolium

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http://openresource.ca/2012/03/05/wikileaks-uk-attacked-libya-for-british-petrolium/ ritish Petrolium March 5, 2012 by Rab A Stratfor email from March 19, 2011 discusses a “closed door meeting” with a “few US, one UK and one French Air Force Colonels”. This leaked internal communication reveals some of the thinking behind the 2011 operation in Libya.  Sadly, but not surprisingly, none of the reasons…

Libya: Britain’s £1bn war | World news | The Guardian

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Libya conflict could cost UK taxpayers £1bn over six months as Gaddafi clings on and cost of involvement soars http://platform0.twitter.com/widgets/tweet_button.html?_=1306093096854&count=horizontal&counturl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.guardian.co.uk%2Fworld%2F2011%2Fmay%2F22%2Flibya-britain-billion-pound-war&lang=en&related=guardian_world&text=Libya%3A%20Britain's%20%C2%A31bn%20war&url=http%3A%2F%2Fgu.com%2Fp%2F2p984%2Ftw&via=guardian Share237

asahi.com(朝日新聞社):Rebels reveal Gadhafi’s huge secret police network – English

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Hussain Ahmed Elsharaa, a former police officer, was transferred to the secret police in 1992. (Atsushi Okudera)Lists of secret police collaborators that rebels say they found in a government building (Atsushi Okudera) Rebel forces in Libya’s second largest city, Benghazi, are uncovering an enormous network of Moammar Gadhafi-regime spies and informers that may have employed…