how others view U.S. torture, part I: the Asian Tribune

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"Obama blocks probe... this is how the United States endeavors to protect its 
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The question Sri Lanka faces today is that the United States, itself not prepared to open any investigation on alleged prisoner abuses and torture under the previous Bush administration, is taking initiative to open a 'war crimes-genocide' investigation on it.

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