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‘Abritrary’ detention fuelling ‘dire’ situation in Iraq: Amnesty

Tens of thousands of people have been held “arbitrarily” in Iraq since the start of the US-led invasion in March 2003, creating a situation that is ripe for abuse, Amnesty International said. Most of those held were neither charged nor faced trial and had no basic right to challenge their detention, the London-based human rights group said as it launched a new report “Beyond Abu Ghraib: Detention and Torture in Iraq”. “Nearly three years after the US and allied forces invaded Iraq and toppled the government of Saddam Hussein, the human rights situation in the country remains dire,” it said. Full Story

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