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U.S. engaged in torture post 9/11, gov't watchdog review finds

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According to a nonpartisan two-year study, the U.S. government was involved in 'indisputable' torture post 9/11, according to the New York Times.

The 577-page report was generated by 11 members of the Constitution Project, a Washington watchdog. It found that the Bush administration violated American and international law in its use of "enhanced interrogation techniques", according to the Telegraph.

According to the Telegraph, the report was the most ambitious project attempting to analyze the "controversial practices of the war on terror."

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