VILNIUS (Reuters) - Lithuania's parliament will not hold another parliamentary inquiry into alleged CIA prisons in the Baltic country after the U.S. Senate published a report on torture, the speaker of the parliament said on Friday.
Lithuania was not named in the heavily redacted U.S. Senate report. But its description of a "detention center Violet" is consistent with a 2009-2010 Lithuanian parliament investigation which found the CIA had set up and run premises that could be used as a detention center near Vilnius in 2004-2006...
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