USA: Below the radar: Secret flights to torture and 'disappearance'
In this report Amnesty International brings together critical evidence about the US-led rendition programme. Its recommendations include: the USA should end its practice of renditions; all governments should ensure that rendition victims are protected from torture, and that "war on terror" detainees are charged and given a fair trial, or released; all governments should prohibit the transfer of people to places where they are at risk of ill-treatment; all governments should ensure that their airports and airspace are not being used in renditions; and, all private aircraft operators should refrain from leasing planes where they might be used in renditions.
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