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As Battle w/ ISIL for Mosul nears, Iraq should exclude Abusive Militias

Human Rights Watch | – – Role of Abusive Armed Forces, Treatment, and Screening of Detainees (Beirut) – The Iraqi government should make a commitment to prevent any armed forces implicated in…
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