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Phone trail backs CIA kidnap case: Italian source

Prosecutors hoping to put 22 CIA agents on trial in Italy for kidnapping a Muslim cleric there say they have gleaned new evidence from German phone records, a well-placed judicial source said. The CIA agents are accused of grabbing Hassan Mustafa Osama Nasr off a Milan street in 2003 and flying him for interrogation in Egypt, where he has said he was tortured. One of the main arguments in the Italian prosecutors’ case is that Nasr was flown from Italy to a U.S. military base in Ramstein, Germany, before changing planes and heading to Egypt. Full Story

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