In February 2003, an Egyptian man named Abu Omar was kidnapped off the street in Milan, Italy, starting a four-year ordeal that landed him in various secret prisons throughout Europe. Peter Bergen wrote about Omar and the CIA’s “extraordinary rendition” program in this month’s Mother Jones. Plus, a new film looks at life on the street in Queens’ “Iron Triangle” neighborhood. And, some Irish are sick of “Danny Boy” – we follow up with your thoughts on what other songs make you cringe.
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