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Secret Libyan files claim MI6 and the CIA aided human rights violations | The Observer

British and US intelligence agencies built up close links with Muammar Gaddafi and handed over detailed information to assist his regime, according to secret files found in Libyan government offices.

The documents claim that MI6 supplied its counterparts in Libya with details on exiled opponents living in the UK, and chart how the CIA abducted several suspected militants before handing them over to Tripoli.

Read more here: Secret Libyan files claim MI6 and the CIA aided human rights violations | World news | The Observer.

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