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Abu Ghraib torture victims sued by their torturers

A US defense contractor whose employees tortured Iraqi detainees in the notorious Abu Ghraib prison is suing four of its victims following a federal judge's dismissal of their torture lawsuit on jurisdictional grounds.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins

Iraqis awarded $5 million for Abu Ghraib torture

A US contractor whose employees tortured Iraqi detainees at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad has agreed to pay more than $5 million to 71 former inmates.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 3 comments

WikiLeaks releases Pentagon prison 'Detainee Policies'

Dubbed the "Detainee Policies", WikiLeaks has released over 100 classified documents which detail the Department of Defense procedures for running infamous prisons, including Guantanamo Bay, Abu Ghraib, Camp Bucca and European US Army Prison facilities.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 5 comments

Inmates riot at infamous Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq

In an effort to overpower guards, Abu Ghraib prisoners set fire to mattresses during a riot Thursday night. Reports indicate that three guards and three inmates were injured.
In the Media by Kay Mathews

Abu Ghraib Guards: Justice Dept. Memos Show We Were Scapegoats

Prison guards who were called “bad apples” for abusing inmates at the Abu Ghraib jail in Iraq are blaming the Bush administration for making them “scapegoats” for policies approved at high levels.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 4 comments

At least 33 dead in Abu Ghraib Bombing

At least 33 people are believed to have been killed in a suicide bomb attack that targeted tribal leader at a national reconciliation conference in Iraq. Civilians and journalist are among the dead and wounded.
In the Media by W.V. Fitzgerald - 1 comment

Abu Ghraib to Reopen After Getting a New Name and Makeover

Abu Ghraib, the infamous prison with heavily fortified walls and watchtowers that came to represent abuse and sexual humiliation of prisoners by American soldiers after photos revealed its darkest secrets is scheduled to reopen in mid-February.
In the Media by Sandy Sand - 1 comment

Charges Against US Army Officer Cleared In Regards To Abu Ghraib

United States Army Lieutenant Colonel Steven Jordan has been cleared of any wrongdoing in the Abu Ghraib scandal. He was the only United States army officer charged over the abuse scandal.
In the Media by Can Tran

Artist Fernando Botero Turns His Attention to Abu Ghraib

Columbian artist Fernando Botero is well-known for his corpulent figures in sculpture and painting, with porcine females and fleshy males expressionlessly staring outward. What happens when he incorporates this distinct style to his Abu Ghraib series?
In the Media by zadzi - 8 comments

Academic Researcher: Abu Ghraib Torture Was Ordered By Top Ranking US Officials

An academic at Indiana State University has published a peer reviewed article in an international journal, claiming that the torture in Abu Ghraib has't been episodic but systemic and intentional. He attributes it to instructions by top officials.
In the Media by Angelique van Engelen
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