Abu Ghraib

Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Photo of the front gate of the Abu Ghraib prison taken by in March 2004 (Photo: US Military/Public Domain)
More than a decade later, Iraqi survivors of torture at the U.S.-run Abu Ghraib prison are still fighting for "a measure of justice" in U.S. civil courts. The four plaintiffs, all of whom were held captive at the prison then released without charges, argued in a federal district court in Virginia on Friday that private mercenary company CACI...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
In a ruling that "affirms that U.S. corporations are not entitled to impunity...

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