WASHINGTON - Thailand was listed Wednesday among 54 governments worldwide that assisted the US Central Intelligence Agency in an anti-terrorist campaign that included harsh interrogations of suspects.
The report said Thailand was one of six US allies that allowed the CIA access to safe houses where prisoners "were thrown against fake walls, forced into stressful physical functions, involuntarily stripped naked and slapped."
Thailand had no official reaction to the claim. In the past, the foreign ministry has denied it helped the US in any illegal acts after the 9/11 attacks.
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