US Reports 94 Cases of Prisoner Abuse in Iraq

The US military has found 94 cases of confirmed or alleged abuse of prisoners by US soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan since the fall of 2001, the Army's inspector general said Thursday in a long-awaited report made public at a hastily called Senate hearing.

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