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The U.S. military has handed over five condemned members of Saddam Hussein's regime, including two of the former dictator's half-brothers, to Iraqi authorities, a Justice Ministry spokesman said Friday.

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4 terror suspects escape from Iraqi prisonupdated: Fri Jul 23 2010 11:05:00

Four terror suspects have escaped from a Baghdad, Iraq, prison that was formerly run by U.S. forces, a senior official with the Iraqi justice ministry told CNN Friday.

U.S. hands over Camp Cropper facilityupdated: Thu Jul 15 2010 15:53:00

As part of the U.S. drawdown in Iraq, the U.S. military hands over control of Camp Cropper detention facility to Iraq.

U.S. hands over its last detention facility in Iraqupdated: Thu Jul 15 2010 15:53:00

The U.S. military handed over to Iraq the Camp Cropper detention facility Thursday, calling the moment a milestone in Iraq's history and another step in the drawdown of U.S. forces there.

Tariq Aziz, ex-Saddam regime official, now in Iraqi custodyupdated: Wed Jul 14 2010 13:57:00

Tariq Aziz, formerly Saddam Hussein's top diplomat, who has been in U.S. custody in Iraq, has been transferred to the custody of the Iraqi government, an Iraqi official said Wednesday.

U.S. military closes detention camp in Iraqupdated: Thu Sep 17 2009 06:04:00

The U.S. military closed its detention facility in southern Iraq on Thursday after a plane carried the last remaining prisoners to another facility in Baghdad.

Abuse photos put U.S. in 'double Catch-22'updated: Fri May 15 2009 09:45:00

The one-star general almost yells when asked to talk about the infamous Abu Ghraib photos showing U.S. soldiers abusing Iraqi detainees.

Time.com: Fighting for the Right to Detain Iraqis updated: Thu Jun 12 2008 15:00:00

As negotiations proceed to permit U.S. troops to remain in Iraq, no issue is more contentious than America's insistence on arresting and incarcerating Iraqis at will

U.S. criticized for handling of child detainees in Iraqupdated: Wed May 21 2008 14:07:00

A humanitarian watchdog group on Wednesday raised concerns over the U.S. military's handling of juvenile detainees in Iraq, saying "some children have been detained for more than a year without charge or trial."

Time.com: US Frees Photographer After 2 Yearsupdated: Wed Apr 16 2008 18:00:00

Associated Press photographer Bilal Hussein was reunited with family and colleagues Wednesday, ending more than two years in U.S. military custody after Iraqi judges dropped all legal proceedings against him

Suspected torture complexupdated: Thu Dec 20 2007 09:44:00

A suspected torture complex with chains hanging from walls and ceilings and a bed connected to an electrical system.

Time.com: A Saddam Aide's Aborted Executionupdated: Fri Oct 12 2007 14:00:00

Sultan Hashem is alive today because the U.S. refused to hand him over to his Iraqi executioners. But for how long?

Marine general: Freed Iraqis not rejoining insurgencyupdated: Wed Oct 10 2007 13:45:00

None of the 1,000-plus Iraqi detainees freed in recent weeks have broken a pledge not to return to the insurgency, according to the Marine general who oversees the U.S. detention centers in Iraq.

U.S. prison chief in Iraq charged with 'aiding enemy' updated: Thu Apr 26 2007 06:44:00

A U.S. Army officer who was commander of a military prison in Iraq has been charged with giving a cell phone to suspected insurgents who were detained there, a charge described as "aiding the enemy," according to the U.S. military.

U.S. to move 4,500 detainees from Abu Ghraibupdated: Thu Mar 09 2006 02:53:00

The U.S. military will transfer detainees from Abu Ghraib to a new facility within three months, a U.S. military spokesman has said.

Four Iraqis killed in Baghdad rocket attackupdated: Fri Sep 24 2004 04:03:00

At least four Iraqis were killed and 10 others wounded in an attack by insurgents in Baghdad, while U.S. warplanes pounded targets in Falluja.

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