Rights activist Ismae Teh says military personnel punched and kicked him, electrocuted him and beat him with a stick until he passed out.
The Nazi professor's medical experiments were part of an attempt to prove the regime's racist ideology.
The home was allegedly so foul that the buyer had to sign a clause stipulating she wouldn't hold the bank liable if she got sick.
The children remain hospitalized but are slowly beginning to tell their story, one of the case's prosecutors said.
Louise Turpin was allegedly a big fan of "Kate Plus 8."
Howard C. Nielson, who has worked for the NRA, tried to have a judge recused because of the latter's sexual orientation.
The chairs—which come in a variety of colors and designs—are fitted with leg cuffs and a metal hoop for handcuff attachment.
Whatever the historical context, most of the Kremlin's agents "have always been true servants of the state and patriots," the former KGB officer said.
British security services said Trump's policy on torture, if enacted, would "pose difficulties for the U.K.-U.S. intelligence relationship."
By 2008 the CIA were holding at least 119 individuals in 10 'black sites' in six countries.
The senator was tortured while a prisoner of the Vietcong during the Vietnam war.
The U.S. military's brutal and ineffective interrogation program started at Gitmo, then spread to Abu Ghraib. One man who tried to stop it—and failed—now fears America may torture again.
Vitaliy Milonov also wants to ban Russians from transitioning from one gender to another.
A prisoner at the camp in Cuba calls on the president to end his ordeal.
John Kiriakou plowed into a car in Washington, DC. and suffered broken ribs, a fractured clavicle and lumbar spine damage, according to his attorney.
Amnesty International has launched a campaign to highlight abductions in Syria.
Amnesty International documented 101 cases of detention incommunicado and torture of suspects, who were often detained with little evidence.
If confirmed by the Senate, Bradbury would become chief lawyer to the Department of Transport.
Over 100 men suspected of being gay have been abducted, tortured and sometimes killed in the country, according to Amnesty International.
The report comes as Afghan officials prepare to face a review of the country's record of implementing anti-torture laws.