Papers uncovered in Gadhafi compound show UK, US rendition operation

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As Libyan rebels continue their hunt for Moammar Gadhafi, the military commander of the anti-Gaddafi forces in Tripoli says he wants and apology from the United States and the United Kingdom. The commander, Abdel Hakijm Belhaj, says he was tortured after being arrested in Bangkok in 2004 as a terrorism suspect, then transferred by the CIA and British intelligence agencies to a prison in Libya. A CIA document recently uncovered in Gadhafi's Tripoli compound shows "that the British and Libyans worked together to arrange for a terrorism suspect to be removed from Hong Kong to Tripoli — along with his wife and children — despite the risk that they would be tortured," according to The Guardian. For more on this, we're speaking with Jeremy Bowen, Middle East editor for our partner the BBC.