Documents submitted to the European Parliament Inquiry on the alleged use of European countries by the CIA for the transport and illegal detention of prisoners

224: Dick Marty submission to the US Supreme Court where he presents argumnet concerning the kidnapping of German citizen Khaled El-Masri by the CIA: Marty submission (pdf)

223. Canada: Arar Commission report (346 pages, pdf) Vol 1:Factual background (link) Vol 2: Factual background (link) Update: August 2007 (pdf)

222. Portugal: Letter from Ana Gomes to Luís Amado, Lisbon, 11.12.2006 (in Portuguese, includes list of stopovers in Portugal)

221. Portugal: French version of letter

220. Portugal: Letter from Ana Gomes to the European Parliament inquiry (TDIP) on the alleged use of European countries by the CIA for the transport and illegal detention of prisoners, 18 December 2006 (in Portuguese and French).

219. Portugal: Flight detail list provided by NAV (Navegaçao Aérea de Portugal)

218. Ireland: Reply by Minister of Foreign Affairs to the ICHR, 25 July 2006

217. Ireland: Irish Human Rights Commission to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, 24 May 2006

216. Ireland: Minister for Foreign Affairs to the IHRC, 4 April 2006

215. Ireland: Irish Human Rights Commission to the goverment, December 2005

214. On extraordinary rendition (Working documents no 7, including details of cases considered)

213. On the companies linked to the CIA, aircraft used by the CIA and the European countries in which CIA aircraft have made stopovers (Working document no 8, 64 pages)

212. CNN: Fourteen al Qaeda prisoners in CIA custody have been transferred to the U.S. prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for trial before a military tribunal: rundown of the 14 suspected operatives

211. ABC News on those detained and sbjected to "enhanced" interrogation techniques

210. Report by Reprieve on Germany

209. Sweden: UN Human Rights Committee Decision, 6 November 2006 On the case concerning the rendition of two Egyptians from Sweden 2001 by undercover US and Egyptian agents. The UN Committee also states that the treatment of the two men on Swedish soil (Bromma Airport in Sweden) in connection with the rendition was a breach of the ban on torture and inhuman treatment

208. The "de longhi" file on the Britel case (37 documents plus 2 notes) Explanatory analysis: Italy: Documents sent to European Parliament committee on renditions allege other renditions and details of Abu Omar cover-up and the Britel rendition

207. Spataro report on Abu Omar rendition

206. Report on the Committee meeting 9-10 October 2006

205. Report on the Committee meeting on 2-3 October 2006

204. European Democratic Lawyers

203. Notice to members no 8: Subject: Report on the TDIP Committee Delegation to Berlin

202. Abu Omar case submission by Milan court (Italian, pdf

201. Evidence submitted by Masaad Omer Behari (German., pdf) 10 October 2006

200.  Portugal: Evidence of illegal CIA rendition flights surfacing

199. Part I: Boumediene petition to the European Court of Human Rights

198.
Part II: Boumediene petition to the European Court of Human Rights

197. USA: CRS report on undisclosed US Detention Sites Overseas:n

196. USA: National strategy for Combating Terrorism

195. USA: Office of the Director of National Intelligence: Summary of the high value terrorist detainee programme

194. Note on COMKFOR rules for detention and arrest in Kosovo (24 pages)

193. Transcript of oral evidence to the Committee on 21 March 2006 from journalists including Stephen Grey

192. Portugal: Detailed evidence from Gomes MEP (67 pages)

191. Notice to members N° 6: Subject: Replies from the EU Counter-terrorism Co-ordinator, Mr. Gijs de Vries, to the questions put by Ms Ana María Gomes and Ms Cecilia Malmstrom during his intervention before of the TDIP committee on 20 April 2006

190. New report from the Secretary-General of the Council of Europe:Supplementary report by the Secretary General on people detained or removed (pdf) CoE press release: 14 June 2006 (link) Additional information from CoE member states (link)

189. Notice no 5: Report on the TDIP Committee Delegation to the United States of America (Washington

188. Amnesty International report: Partners in Crime: Europe's role in US renditions

187. Contribution of the Rapporteur: Research on the planes used by the CIA - highly detailed 72 page report (pdf)

186. Press release: 13 June 2006

185. Notice no 2 to committee: Report of the TDIP Committee Delegation to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)

184. Working document no 4: Flights

183. Working document no 3: Victims

182. Working document no 5: Testimony of Craig Murray

181. Working document no 2: Chronology of the facts

180. Working document no 1: Programme for committee

179. Proposed amendments to the Interim report (01.06.06)

178. Opinion of the EU Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights on: The Human Rights Responsibilities of EU Member States in the conext of CIA activities in Europe ("Extraordinary rendition")"

177. Press coverage: 18.05.06

176. 30 to 50 extraordinary renditions undertaken according to intelligence sources, say MEPs. Press statement, 17 May 2006

175. Press coverage of trip to USA by the Committee: 10.05.06 - 1st part 10.05.06 - 2nd part 11.05.06 12.05.06 15.05.06

174. Transcript of press conference on 11 May 2006

173. MEPs say Washington visit shows CIA investigation must continue - press statement 12 May 2006

172. Unofficial Note on the visit to Macedonia

171. Decision of the Swedish Parliamentary Ombudsman on the removal of two men to Egypt

170. Press release: FYROM: "Contradictions" found in government's version of El Masri case

169. Germany: Der Bundesminister, 12 April 2006 - letter from Steinmeier

168. Germany: Report of the Federal government - from Steinmeier

167. Flight Logs on documents from Eurocontrol

166. Javier Solana, EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy: European Parliament Committee on the alleged use of European countries by the CIA for the transportation and illegal detention of prisoners, Brussels, 2 May 2006 and comment by: ALDE group: Responsibility gap: Citizen's right to know truth on CIA renditions

165. Inquiry Committee Working Programme: Proposals from political groups

164. Masri: fly-logs, Skopje airport, Macedonia

163. Masri: fly-logs, Skopie airport, Macedonia - explanation from lawyer

162. Masri: Excerpts from press articles published in 2005 and 2006 in the Macedonian daily VREME, all by Aleksandar Bozinovski (unofficial translation)

161. Masri: Article on the CIA in Macedonia

160. Masri: Press coverage (2.3 MB pdf)

159. Masri: Case lodged in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia - Alexandria Division: The Complaint

Opens with the following statement:

"December 31, 2003, Khaled El-Masri, a German citizen of Lebanese descent, was forcibly abducted while on holiday in Macedonia, detained incommunicado, handed over to United States agents, then beaten, drugged, and transported to a secret prison in Afghanistan, where he was subjected to inhumane conditions and coercive interrogation and was detained without charge or public disclosure for several months. Five months after his abduction, Mr. El-Masri was deposited at night, without explanation, on a hill in Albania."

158. Masri: Summary of the case from the lawyers

157. Article from Le Soir on the CIA and Belgium

156. Letter to the Committee from the Permanent Representative of Romania

155. Letter from Mr Borrell, the President of the European Parliament to the Prime Minister of Romania

154. Article submitted to the Committee: White House Trains Efforts on Media Leaks - Sources, Reporters Could Be Prosecuted by Dan Eggen, Washington Post Staff Writer, Sunday, March 5, 2006

153. Letter to the Committee from the Director of Europol

152. Amnesty international: presentation to the European parliament, 23 February 2006, check against delivery
Rendition and Secret Detention in CIA "Black Sites"

151. Letter to the Chair of the Committee from Dick Marty, Council of Europe, 27 February 2006

150. UK: House of Commons, Select Committee on Foreign Affairs report

149. Letter from Mr Frattini on EU transit facilities for USA

148. Human Rights Watch letter to the Council of Europe, 09.01.06

147. Call for Action against the Use of Diplomatic Assurances in Transfers to Risk of Torture and Ill-Treatment: Joint Statement by Amnesty International, Association for the Prevention of Torture, Human Rights Watch, International Commission of Jurists, International Federation of Action by Christians for the Abolition of Torture, International Federation for Human Rights, International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, and World Organisation Against Torture

146. U.S. Holding at Least Twenty-Six “Ghost Detainees”: List of Detainees Published by Human Rights Watch, 01.12.05

145. Sweden Violated Torture Ban with U.S. Help: U.N. Committee Rebukes Sweden for Sending Terror Suspect to Torture

144. Curriculum Vitae del dr. Armando SPATARO: Procuratore della Repubblica Aggiunto in Milano

143. Milan court: Naming 23 US citizens wanted for questioning

142. Milan: Tribunale di Milano: Naming three US citizens (245 pages)

141. Milan: Tribunale di Milano: Sezione Giudice per le indagini preliminari (226 pages)

140. Milan: Repubblica Italiana Tribunale Ordinario di Milano - Section XI criminal court as Review Judge, re: six US citizens: re three US citizens linked to nineteen others

139. Milan: Repubblica Italiana Tribunale Oordinario di Milano sezione XI penale in funzione di giudice del riesame, re: six US citizens

138. Milan: Abu Omar - Tribunale Ordinario di Milano

137. Milan: Tribunale di Milano: Sezione Giudice per le indagini preliminari, re: nineteen US citizens (210 pages)

136. Milan: Tribunale di Milano: Sezione Giudice per le indagini preliminari, re: nineteen US citizens (231 pages)

135. Amnesty International Press Release, 5 December 2005: USA: 800 secret CIA flights into and out of Europe

134. Amnesty International, Public Statement, 10 November 2005: Yemen: Amnesty International calls on President Saleh to end illegal detention of Yemenis "disappeared" by the USA

132. Amnesty's Report on Yemen: 8 November 2005: Secret Detention in CIA "Black Sites"

131. Amnesty International: "Rendition" and secret detention: A global system of human rights violations, Questions and Answers 1 January 2006

130. Tony Bunyan, Statewatch Director, speech to the European Parliament hearing in Brussels on 23 January 2006

129. UK Foreign Office memorandum

128. EU-USA: Rendition and removing refugees raise the same issue: Censored document reveals increased transit facilities for the USA to use EU airports to move people around the world (Statewatch)

127. Sweden: Expulsions carried out by US agents, men tortured in Egypt (Statewatch)

126. Update: Sweden: Expulsions carried out by US agents, men tortured in Egypt - second Swedish TV4 transcript with more details on the US abduction (Statewatch)

125. Congreso 24 de noviembre de 2005.—Núm. 425: Cortes Generales Diario de Sesiones del Congreso de los Diputados Comisiones, Año 2005 VIII Legislatura Núm. 425, Asuntos Exteriores

124. Spain: Guardia Civil report on Palma de Mallorca airport

123. Sofia, 24 January 2006: Statement by Vice-President Franco Frattini in regard to the information memorandum issued by Mr Marty on "alleged secret detentions in Council of Europe Member States"

122. Romania: Letter from the Prime Minister to the Committee, 10 January 2006

121. Romania: Letter from the Romanian Mission to the EU, 13 January 2006

120. Romania: Letter from Senat Committee on defence, public order and national security, 12 January 2006

119. Romania: Report on camps from OADO with letter from Romanian President

118. Letter plus evidence to the Scottish First Minister from SNP MP

117. Greece: National Commission for Human Rights: Two appeals. 20 December 2005

116. Greece: Letter from MEP to President of the EP on the abduction and interrogation of Pakistani men, 13.01.06

115. Letter from Sarah Ludford, 1st Vice-President of the TDIP committee, Cem Özdemir, Vice-President of the TDIP committee, Kathalijne Buitenweg, Greens/ALE co-ordinator, Cecilia Malmström, ALDE co-ordinator expressing concerns

114. Canada: Maher Arar: Submissions to Commissioner O’Connor Commission of Inquiry into the Actions of Canadian Officials in relation to Maher Arar

113. Canada: Maher Arar: Commission of inquiry into the actions of Canadian officials in relation to Maher Arar: Report of Professor Stephen J Toope: Fact finder, 14 October 2005

112. Canada: Maher Arar: Maher Arar: Chronology of events: September 26, 2002 to October 5, 2003

111. Canada: Maher Arar: Commission of Inquiry into the Actions of Canadian Officials in Relation to Maher Arar, 6 June 2005

110. Canada: Maher Arar: Commission of Inquiry into the Actions of Canadian Officials in Relation to Maher Arar, 7 June 2005

109. Canada: Maher Arar: Commission of Inquiry into the Actions of Canadian Officials in Relation to Maher Arar, 8 June 2005

108. Canada: Maher Arar: Commission of Inquiry into the Actions of Canadian Officials in Relation to Maher Arar, 9 June 2005

107. Document list for the meeting of the Committee on: 23 March 2006

106. Document from US Embassy in Damascus to Washington

105. Ireland: Letter from Permanent Representative in Brussels

104. BBC: Monday, 20 March 2006: CIA renditions strain Europe goodwill, by Gordon Corera, BBC security correspondent

103. Spain: Letter from Permanent Representative in Brussels (with evidence)

102. Amnesty International: USA - Below the radar: Secret flights to torture and ‘disappearance’ - report, 5 April 2006

101. Germany: Letter from Bundesminister, 20 April 2006

100. USA: Letter from Select Committee on Intelligence, US Senate, 25 April 2006.

99. ALDE Working Table on alleged CIA flights/Secret prisons: draft, 30.03.2006 (25 pages)

98. Cyprus: Letter from Permanent Representative in Brussels

97. Claudio Fava, relatore della Commissione d'inchiesta sulla Cia: "Le extraordinary renditions non furono episodi ma una pratica diffusa e condivisa anche da molti paesi europei"

96. Spain: CIA connections

95. Notes on flight logs in seventeen European countries

94. Notes on flight logs sent by Eurocontrol to the European Commission

93. Northern Ireland: BBC story: Amnesty seeks NI rendition probe

92. Ireland: Amnesty International: "New research finds that 76% of Irish people think that planes linked to rendition should be checked"

91. Indymedia reports: USAF Hercules crew lodge at Limerick hotel by Shannon Watch Wednesday, Jan 4 2006, 3:33pm and Emergency Landing at Shannon Airport

90. Flight log: plane N226G

89. Ireland: Flight log N226G: Shannon to USA

88. Flight logs plane N85VM: 2002-2006

87. Flight log: plane N54PA: 2005-2006

86. Denmark: flight logs, 2001-2005

85. Flight logs: plane N475LC: 2006

84. Flight log: plane N313P

83. Scotland: Dossier on CIA planes by Angus McGregor Friday, 20.01.06

82. Alleged CIA aircraft flying into Scotland, 18 January 2006 - report

81. US Rendition of Suspects to Prisons Worldwide: A Documentation - Al-jazeerah

80. Ireland: Shannon Court Report 8 December 2005 - Indymedia

79. Ireland: 16 April 2004: The case of Eoin Rice and the right to peacefully protest and freedom of assembly - Irish Council for Civil Liberties

78. Newsweek, Aboard Air CIA, 28 Feb 2005

77. Mortality before and after the 2003 invasion of Iraq: cluster sample survey - Lancet article

76. Report by Medact: This evidence-based report analyses from a public health perspective the health and environmental impact of the previous, ongoing and any future conflict with Iraq

75. Report by Medact: enduring effects of war health in Iraq 2004

74. Iraq Body Count Database

73. Times of London "America Will Take No Prisoners", 20 November 2001

72. Terror reborn in Falluja ruin, The Sunday Times, 18 December 2005

71. A Growing Afghan Prison Rivals Bleak Guantánamo, 26 February 2006 New York Times

70. 'One huge US jail', Afghanistan, The Guardian, 19 March 2005

69. Countries involved in extraordinary renditions 18-12-05: Research compiled by Dr. Coilín Oscar ÓhAiseadha

68. Criminal Justice (United Nations Convention Against Torture) Act, 2000, Ireland

67. UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

66. Presidential Conclusions, Seville European Council 21 and 22 June 2002 - ANNEX III National Declaration by Ireland

65. Ireland: Complaint by Tim Hourigan about US Aircraft at Shannon airport - Gardai asked to investigate torture jet

64. Ireland: The High Court 2003 No. 3739P between Edward Horgan Plaintiff and An Taoiseach, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Minister for Transport, the Government of Ireland and the Attorney General: Defendants Judgment of Mr. Justice Kearns delivered the 28th day of April, 2003

63. UN Economic and Social Council 15 February 2006: Commission on Human Rights - Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Civil and Political Rights: Situation of detainees at Guantánamo Bay - Report (56 pages)

62. Ireland: Reply by the Irish government to Council of Europe: Article 52 Request in respect of Unacknowledged Deprivation of Liberty (24 pages)

61. Council of Europe: Parliamentary Assembly: 22 January 2006: Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights: Alleged secret detentions in Council of Europe member states - Information Memorandum II Rapporteur: Mr Dick Marty (25 pages)

60. Council of Europe: Parliamentary Assemby: Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights: Alleged secret detention centres in Council of Europe member states - Information Memorandum (revised) by Mr Dick Marty, Chairperson of the Committee

59. Ireland: Edward Horgan letter to Inspector of Prisons

58. Ireland: Edward Horgan letter to Clare Council

57. Ireland: Edward Horgan letter to the Garda, 12.12.05

56. Ireland: Edward Horgan letter to Irish Human Rights Commission

55. Ireland: Edward Horgan rquest to Irish Human Rights Commission for an investigation

54. Ireland: Edward Horgan: Report of Irish Parliament Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs

53. Ireland: Submission to Oireachtas Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs, 20.12.05: Delegation of Peace Activists: Edward Horgan, Mary Kelly, Tim Hourigan and Deirdre Morgan. Subject: Irish Involvement in Iraq War and Occupation and in Transport of Prisoners for Torture, at Shannon

52. Submission by Edward Horgan to the Inquiry: Commandant (Retired), former UN military peacekeeper, 20.04.06 (33 pages) Edward Horgan: CV

51. European Parliament Legal Service: Research Note on International law on prohbition and torture and EU member states (Letter in French, Research Note in English, 35 pages)

50. Letter from Commissioner Frattini on request to Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights (5 April 2006)

49. Letter to the Inquiry from Permanent Respresentative of Denmark in Brussels

48. Letter to the Inquiry from Permanent Representative of the Netherlands in Brussels

47. Letter to the Inquiry from the Permanent Representative of Sweden in Brussels

46. Letter and evidence from the French National Assembly

45. Letter from the Permanent Representative of Austria in Brussels

44.. Comments by the EU Counter-terrorims Coordinator, Gijs de Vries to the Inquiry (20 March 2006)

43. Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina - Mustafa Ait Idir against Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

42.Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina - Had` Boudellaa, Boumediene Lakhdar, Mohamed Nechle and Saber Lahmar against Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Federation of Bosnia and HERZEGOVINA

41. Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina - Belkasem Bensayah against Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

40. Abduction by US personnel of people from Bosnia and Herzegovina to Guantanamo Bay

39. Rendition Of Six Bosnian Citizens and Former Residents to Guantanamo Bay

38. Letter from Kenneth L. Lay, Chairman and Chief Executive Office of Enron Corp. made available by Mr Craig MURRAY


37. European national parliaments: Questionnaire: National Parliaments' activities on alleged CIA activities in European countries

36. European national parliaments: Summary of questionnaires received from National Parliaments by the TDIP
Secretariat

Response to questionnaire

35. Austria - Bundesrat:

34. Austria - Bundestag

33. Belgium - Chamber of Representatives

32. Belgium - Senate

31. Cyprus - Chamber of Representatives

30. Czech Republic - Chamber of Deputies

29. Czech Republic - Senate

28. Denmark - Folketing

27. Estonia - Riigikogu

26. Finland - Eduskunta

25. France - National Assembly

24. France - Senate

23. Germany - Bundesrat

22. Germany - Bundestag

21. Hungary - National Assembly

20. Italy - Chamber of Deputies

19. Italy - Senate

18. Latvia - Saeima

17. Lithunania - Seimas

16.. Luxembourg - Chamber of Deputies

15. Macedonia - Sobranie

14. Malta - House of Representatives

13. Netherlands - House of Representatives of the States General

12. Poland - Sejm

11. Poland - Senate

10. Portugal - Assembly

9. Romania - Chamber of Deputies

8. Serbia and Montenegro - Skupstina

7. Slovakia - National Council

6. Spain: Congress of Deputies

5. Spain - Senate

4. Sweden - Riksdag

3. UK - House of Commos

2. UK - House of Lords

1. Ukraine - Unicameral

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