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  Summary The armed forces of the Iraqi government and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), supported by various international partners, including the United States and Iran, have almost concluded their military campaign…
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Summary Since early 2014, when the extremist group Islamic State, also known as ISIS, launched its offensive in Iraq, fighting has displaced over three million Iraqis from their homes. Of these, an estimated 1.5 million Sunni Arabs now live in the…
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 Morocco: “Stop Looking for Your Son” Illegal Detentions under the Counterterrorism Law Summary Recommendations to the Government of Morocco Introduction Methodology Preventing Torture and Ill-Treatment:  Morocco…
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Caught in the Whirlwind Torture and Denial of Due Process by the Kurdistan Security Forces I. Summary Key recommendations II. Methodology III. Background IV. Legal Framework V. The Kurdish Security Forces (Asayish VI. Asayish Violations of Due…
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"No Blood, No Foul" Soldiers' Accounts of Detainee Abuse in Iraq Summary Recommendations Soldiers' Accounts I. Task Force 20/121/6-26/145 Camp Nama, Baghdad II. Forward Operating Base "Tiger," near al Qaim, Iraq. III. Mosul: Camp…
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By the Numbers Findings of the Detainee Abuse and Accountability Project Summary By the Numbers Analysis Criminal Punishments: Verdicts and Sentencing Officers' Liability Under the Command Responsibility Doctrine Reliance on Non-judicial Hearings and…
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A Face and a Name Civilian Victims of Insurgent Groups in Iraq I. Summary The Victims Insurgent Groups Arguments of Insurgent Groups Violations by U.S. and Iraqi Government Forces Methodology II. Recommendations III. Insurgent Groups in Iraq Attacks on…
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Getting Away with Torture? Command Responsibility for the U.S. Abuse of Detainees Executive Summary Recommendations I. Official Sanction of Crimes against Detainees II. A World of Abuse III. Getting…
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I. SUMMARY Morocco has made impressive strides in human rights over the last fifteen years. These advances have included greater respect for basic civil and political rights, including freedom of expression and freedom of …
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Introduction Since late April 2004, when the first photographs appeared of U.S. military personnel humiliating, torturing, and otherwise mistreating detainees at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, the United States …