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Researchers believe the flights were part of rendition circuits used by the US to move terror suspects between secret jails and interrogation centres.
The party which was taking place at the Alan Shearer Activity Centre was treated to the rendition of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer by the former England captain after he was presented with a set of furry antlers by entertainer Martin Duffy.
They also said another 16 aircraft passed through Irish airports between 2002 and 2006 on circuits connecting two or more secret prison locations, suggesting they were further rendition operations.
Team Blake: Audra McLaughlin received praises from the coaches for her rendition of Reba McEntire's "You Lie", while Jake Worthington was not very impressive with his performance of George Strait's "Run".
Hookups is a threetrack cover EP featuring saucy renditions of songs written by the likes of Peaches and The Cure.
Dr Raphael said: "The Rendition Project database provides conclusive evidence that airports in the north of Scotland were visited by numerous CIA planes at the height of the rendition and secret detention programme.
The database is the latest addition to the Rendition Project, an online project designed to analyse the global system of rendition, secret detention and torture initiated by the US.
The report said that Pakistan captured, detained, interrogated, tortured, and abused individuals subjected to CIA secret detention and extraordinary rendition operations.
They are also suing the British government and Mark Allen, the former counter-terrorism directoLibya: A Libyan man is threatening to sue the Hong Kong government for damages over its alleged involvement in his rendition to Libya where he was tortured by the Kadhafi regime, his lawyers said Thursday.
Libyan military commander Abdel Hakim Belhadj is taking legal action against former British foreign secretary Jack Straw, to find out if he had signed papers allowing his rendition.
Abdel Hakim Belhadj, one of the leaders of anti-Gaddafi forces, said his rendition was "harrowing" and called for the police "to find not just the rank-and-file agents, but those ministers who were truly responsible".
I'd normally feel sorry for someone who made such a clanger on worldwide TV, but I just can't warm to Christina - and I got guilty pleasure out of hearing Simon Cowell describe her rendition as sounding like "100,000 people in a stadium had just sat on a cat".