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January 19, 2012 6:54 PM

U.N. asked to probe U.S. efforts to squelch Spain torture probe

Two legal rights groups on Thursday asked the United Nations to investigate allegations that Spanish and U.S. officials collaborated to quash criminal probes into whether the Bush administration authorized illegal killings and torture of terrorism suspects.

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