The CIA's station chief in Algeria is under investigation after two separate allegations of rape, US media report.
Two Algerian women came forward last September saying they had been sexually assaulted by the man while at his home in Algiers, ABC News says.
The man, identified in court documents as Andrew Warren, was recalled in October while the US Justice Department investigated, officials said.
Mr Warren, 41, had been stationed in Algiers since 2007.
Both alleged victims have provided sworn statements to prosecutors ahead of a possible criminal case, ABC News reported.