# rendition - Tuesday 17 January, 2017
The ruling could pave the way for similar lawsuits.
# rendition - Friday 12 December, 2014
Michael Hayden claimed the report is wrong when it says the technique was used for interrogation.
# rendition - Thursday 10 July, 2014
The elderly peace activist has been returned to prison for refusing to comply with judge’s order.
# rendition - Wednesday 18 June, 2014
Some of them looked pretty stunned at the tirade…
# rendition - Tuesday 28 January, 2014
Margaretta, in her peaceful act of civil disobedience, was seeking to highlight our own government’s failure to uphold both Irish and international law. We should applaud her courage, writes Joe Murray.
# rendition - Sunday 10 March, 2013
Anti-war group Shannonwatch said Ireland’s record in UN peacekeeping has been “tarnished” by complicity in the CIA rendition programme.
# rendition - Tuesday 5 February, 2013
The Department of Justice was responding to a report published today claiming Ireland facilitated the CIA’s rendition programme.
The report indicates that flights involved in the transportation of some high profile detainees are suspected of having refueled at Shannon.
# rendition - Friday 12 October, 2012
Irish peace groups have outlined the “aviation, human rights, and international humanitarian law” which are being violated by the use of the airport by foreign military.
# rendition - Tuesday 20 September, 2011
Eamon Gilmore says he’ll take the United States’ word that its Air Force did not carry prisoners of war through Shannon.
# rendition - Sunday 4 September, 2011
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# rendition - Saturday 3 September, 2011
The US’s Central Intelligence Agency worked closely with the Gaddafi regime in the rendition of terror suspects, documents show.
# rendition - Thursday 1 September, 2011
Nine things you should know this morning…
The Clare airport was one of a number of international locations used by the secret flights, court documents show.
# rendition - Friday 17 December, 2010
Dermot Ahern suspected there had been at least three rendition flights through Shannon, but took America’s word for it – even though he feared paying “a severe political price”.
The full text of the leaked document suggesting Ireland believed Shannon Airport had been used to transfer prisoners of war.