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The Egyptian ambassador, Hisham Abdel-Wahab met with the wife of the deceased, Ezzat Atallah who died while being interrogated by Libyan authorities.
economy) and general director of Telasi JSC Davy Kandelaki are interrogated as witnesses in the framework of investigation of the case
Some weapons were also recovered from the house, he said, adding the detainee was currently being interrogated.
Summary: A stunning new video has appeared on YouTube claiming to be leaked footage of an alien being interrogated.
DETAINEES interrogated in the wake of the September 11 terror attacks gave US intelligence agents the breakthrough they needed to hunt down Osama bin Laden, senior Obama administration officials said.
Margaret Keeley, whose ex-husband is the IRA agent Kevin Fulton, claims she was interrogated by Scappaticci after a botched murder bid on a senior policeman.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The Iraqi Parliament's Security & Defense Committee has interrogated on Monday three high-ranking security officials, on the background of the deterioration of the security situation in Baghdad, following the recent explosions that claimed the lives of dozens of people, the Parliament's media source said.
However, when they wanted to get into their car and drive away, Lieutenant Krasniqi called them back and interrogated them.
Upon her arrest, Lillendahl says, she was interrogated at the airport for two days and denied food and drink.
They will then be interrogated to make them betray their fellow housemates' secrets.
These questions remain to be interrogated in the history of the role and formation of the middle class.
Late last year, the Swiss system, known as "Onyx," intercepted an official fax sent by Egyptian foreign minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit to the country's London embassy discussing "the fate of 23 detainees from Iraq and Afghanistan who were apparently interrogated at the Mihail Kogalniceanu air base in Romania on the Black Sea coast," reported the January 10 London Telegraph.