CIA nominee Gina Haspel declines to say if torture is 'immoral'

Trump's controversial pick for CIA director faced questions from the Senate committee over her role in interrogations of 'terror' suspects at secret detention sites.

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    US President Donald Trump's controversial nominee for CIA director has testified before a Senate committee.

    Gina Haspel has spent 33 years working for the agency, most of it undercover.

    But it is her work leading the interrogation of suspects that has brought some politicians to question her fitness to head the CIA.

    Al Jazeera's Patty Culhane reports from Washington, DC.


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