NSA complicit in Gitmo, Iraq interrogations

This January 25, 2006 file photo shows the logo of the National Security Agency at NSA headquarters in the Washington suburb of Fort Meade, Maryland. AFP

These are some of the headlines we are tracking for you in this edition of Press TV's Top 5:

  • Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister says the US government has failed to completely fulfill its commitments under last year’s nuclear deal.
  • New documents show the U-S National Security Agency worked alongside other intelligence agencies to carry out torture at notorious U-S-run prisons in Guantanamo and Iraq.
  • Iran says terrorists must not take advantage of any truce in Syria, adding that the crisis has no military solution contrary to what the so-called opposition believes.
  • World powers are considering an exemption for the U-N arms embargo against Libya in an alleged attempt to provide the African nation with weapons to fight terrorists.
  • More than 300 business chiefs urge Britain to vote to leave the E-U in June's referendum, arguing in a joint letter that its bureaucracy stifled companies' ability to grow.


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