Sweden "Partner in Crime" with US
Amnesty International has accused Sweden and six other European countries of complicity in the American kidnappings of terrorism suspects.
Amnesty calls for European Union leaders to declare the transfers unacceptable and to raise the issue when they meet American President George Bush next week.
Sweden is criticised for turning over two Egyptians to CIA agents here in 2001. Amnesty calls on the Swedish government to carry out a thorough investigation into the circumstances, determine possible guilt, and compensate the two men.
Besides Sweden, Amnesty says Britain, Germany, Italy, Bosnia, Macedonia and Turkey have been “partners in crime” with the United States.