Iraq: One year on the human rights situation remains dire
A year after US-led forces launched war on Iraq, the promise of improved human rights for Iraqis remains far from realized. This report discusses the violence that is endemic in Iraq, whether in the form of attacks by armed groups, abuses by the occupying forces, or violence against women.
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