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El Salvador Considers Amnesty for Those Accused of Crimes During Its Civil War

The move comes as 20 former military officers are set to be tried for an array of crimes, including murder, rape, kidnapping and crimes against humanity.

Pictures From an Interrogation: Drawings by Abu Zubaydah

Sketches by the terror suspect, who has been held in CIA captivity since 2002, have been released under the Freedom of Information Act. They are published here for the first time.

Correction: Trump’s Pick to Head CIA Did Not Oversee Waterboarding of Abu Zubaydah

ProPublica erred when it reported in 2017 that Gina Haspel was in charge of a secret prison in Thailand during the infamous interrogation of an al-Qaida suspect.

The Diplomat and the Killer

In December of 1980, Salvadoran soldiers brutally raped and murdered four American churchwomen. A young U.S. diplomat singlehandedly cracked the case, cultivating an improbable source who risked everything to gather the key evidence.

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