CIA

Jury to decide fate of CIA torture psychologists

Judge says contract James Mitchell and John Jessen had with US government indemnifies them against any judgments.

Jury to decide fate of CIA torture psychologists

Syria's Civil War

CIA did not end Syria rebel support 'to appease Russia'

Senior US army official says decision was 'tough' but not related to Syria ally Russia, as previous reports claimed.

CIA did not end Syria rebel support 'to appease Russia'

Syria's Civil War

'Trump ends CIA support for anti-Assad Syria rebels'

US president phasing out agency's programme to arm and train groups in order to get closer to Russia, say US officials.

'Trump ends CIA support for anti-Assad Syria rebels'

Middle East

CIA's 'Dark Prince' tapped to lead charge against Iran

Sources tell Al Jazeera longtime Middle East-based CIA operative will be Trump's point man on 'aggressive' Iran moves.

CIA's 'Dark Prince' tapped to lead charge against Iran

Asia Pacific

China 'killed or jailed 18 to 20 US spies' since 2010

A New York Times report details how Chinese government systematically dismantled CIA spying operations in the country.

China 'killed or jailed 18 to 20 US spies' since 2010

WikiLeaks

Chelsea Manning's release: Life beyond whistle-blowing

As the whistle-blower prepares to leave prison, her lawyer and advocates discuss what awaits her now.

Chelsea Manning's release: Life beyond whistle-blowing

Asia Pacific

N Korea seeks extradition in alleged assassination plot

Pyongyang demands handover of 'terrorist' conspirators after saying CIA, South Korea planned to kill leader Kim Jong-un.

N Korea seeks extradition in alleged assassination plot

CIA

CIA creates 'Mission Center' on North Korea threat

US intelligence agency creates new entity to address ballistic and nuclear threats posed by Pyongyang.

CIA creates 'Mission Center' on North Korea threat

Asia Pacific

N Korea: 'Hideous CIA plot' to assassinate Kim Jong-un

Pyongyang accuses US and South Korea spy agencies of attempt to assassinate country's leader with biochemical weapons.

North Korea accuses CIA of plot to murder Kim Jong-un

CIA

The ex-CIA officer who blew the whistle on torture

Former CIA officer John Kiriakou speaks to Al Jazeera about the US's use of torture and his time in prison.

John Kiriakou: The ex-CIA officer turned whistle-blower

United States

CIA head: WikiLeaks is a 'hostile intelligence service'

Mike Pompeo lashes out at leakers of classified information in his first speech as spy agency chief.

Pompeo: WikiLeaks is a 'hostile intelligence service'

Opinion

Wikileaks' CIA document dump will cause a ripple effect

Revelations about CIA's extensive hacking arsenal may push governments around the world to pursue similar exploits.

Sana Saleem

by Sana Saleem

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WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks 'to share CIA hacking tools' with tech firms

Julian Assange says anti-secrecy group to work with companies to help defend them against the CIA's hacking tools.

WikiLeaks 'to share CIA hacking tools' with tech firms

US & Canada

CIA: WikiLeaks dump 'equips' US adversaries

Central Intelligence Agency accuses WikiLeaks of jeopardising its mission to protect the American people.

CIA: WikiLeaks dump 'equips' US adversaries

CIA

Apple, Samsung vow to fix flaws after CIA hack report

Agency allegedly produced more than 1,000 malware systems to infiltrate and take control of targeted electronics.

Apple, Samsung vow to fix flaws after CIA hack report