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UN concerned over treatment of Iraqi detainees

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The United Nations expressed concern Tuesday about overcrowding and "grave human rights violations" of detainees in Iraqi custody - in one case, 123 men crammed into a single cell.

The warning comes as the U.S. prepares to turn over control to the Iraqis of thousands of security detainees in its custody under a new security pact that would end the U.S. mission here by 2012.


TVNL Comment: Heckuva job, UN. Where've you been for the last six and a half years?   

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