State Dept. Cites Iraq Human Rights Abuses

The State Department outlined human rights abuses in

Iraq on Wednesday, including reports of torture and politically motivated killings that contrast with assessments by President Bush and others of progress since the U.S.-led invasion three years ago. The darker picture of life in Iraq is contained in the department’s annual catalog of human rights records worldwide. The survey took to task other key Arab allies Saudi Arabia and Egypt for poor records overall, and called the United Arab Emirates’ performance “problematic.” Full Story

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