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Baghdad, Iraq — Taleb al-Maleji sits on the carpet and concentrates on smoking a cigarette and not biting himself. The sleeves of his checkered shirt end just above his thin wrists — shiny black and purple in spots where the skin has repeatedly been bitten off and healed over. The scars are not from the year he spent in Abu Ghraib prison but from compulsively biting his wrists and fingers when he thinks about it. In , Maleji was a labourer having trouble with his marriage. When he left Baghdad to ask a Sunni uncle in Ramadi to talk to his wife, he was arrested by US forces along with a group of neighbourhood men; hooded, bound and placed in the back of a military Humvee. Over the next year and four months, Maleji would be charged with no crime, imprisoned with thieves and murderers and finally released with no charges laid against him.

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During the early stages of the Iraq War , United States Army and Central Intelligence Agency personnel committed a series of human rights violations against detainees in the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq , [1] including physical and sexual abuse , torture , rape , sodomy , and murder. The incidents received widespread condemnation both within the United States and abroad. The administration of George W. Bush asserted that the abuses at Abu Ghraib were isolated incidents and were not indicative of U. Documents popularly known as the Torture Memos came to light a few years later.

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The man had almost made it to safety, with Iraqi forces waiting at the far end of a rubble-strewn alley — but first he had to take off his clothes. An AP photograph taken on Monday shows him standing in an alley in his underwear, his arms spread wide, proving that he isn't strapped with explosives. Others gather behind him, waiting to do the same thing. The Iraqi soldiers fighting to drive Daesh from its last foothold in the city were taking every precaution.
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