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Obama pledges to declassify CIA interrogations report

US President Barack Obama during a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, DC, March 12, 2014President Barack Obama pledged Wednesday to declassify a report on CIA interrogations that sparked a fierce public row between the spy agency and a top senator. Obama also said that claims that the CIA snooped in on computers used by the Senate Intelligence committee as it probed the agency’s interrogations of George W. Bush era terror suspects had been properly handled by chief John Brennan. It was the first time Obama weighed into the controversy since an extraordinary intervention by Senator Dianne Feinstein this week opened an unprecedented political battle between the CIA and the committee that oversees it. “We will declassify those findings so that the American people can understand what happened in the past, and that can help guide us as we move forward.”

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