The logs reveal that more than 180,000 people were detained in Iraq between 2004 and 2009. This is equivalent to one in 50 of the male population. In comparison, the number of people detained in Afghanistan, which has a similar population, was 7,500. Most of those detained in Iraq detentions were in state-run centres. ..... http://www.iraqwarlogs.com/ .....
Secret US files - torture
The US military cleared an Apache helicopter gunship to open fire on Iraqi insurgents who were trying to surrender according to a report http://www.iraqwarlogs.com/2010/10/22/us-commits-%e2%80%9cwar-crime%e2%80%9d-as-apache-helicopter-cleared-to-gun-surrendering-insurgents/
Hundreds of civilians gunned down at checkpoints
Coalition forces killed hundreds of civilians, including children and families, as checkpoint procedures failed, according to the war logs
The secret US files report widespread torture in detention facilities carried out by Iraqi authorities; but US troops were ordered merely to report, not investigate, the abuses
Obama administration handed over detainees despite reports of torture
The Obama administration handed over thousands of detainees to the Iraqi authorities in the full knowledge that torture is rife throughout Iraqi detention facilities
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