Tor·que·ma·da (tôrk-mäd, tôrk-mää), Tomás de 1420-1498. Spanish Dominican friar who was appointed grand inquisitor by Pope Innocent VIII (1487). Under his authority, thousands of Jews, suspected witches, and others were killed or tortured during the Spanish Inquisition.

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Tel Aviv and Ankara break secret pact
Worsening relations between Israel and Turkey have a hidden side in which the stakes are high: after more than 60 years of secret military alliance, the two countries’ defence and intelligence cooperation is coming to an end. This split, initiated by Turkey’s Islamist-leaning Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, deprives Israeli defence groups of one of their most faithful clients. (...) Read more

GREY AREAS - How a senior DGSE operative vanished
THE RED LINE - From Hedge Fund to Bounty Hunter
DUE DILIGENCE - Glevum, the U.S. Army's social surveyor
TERABYTES - Real-time photographs to get a clearer picture
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