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By Rudaw 15/1/2018. The prisoners were being transferred to Fort Suse prison. File photo: defense.gov. ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – A group of armed men carried out an attack during a prisoner transfer in Chamchamal, clashing with counter-terror forces. As a result, one of the attackers was killed and three injured, PUK's ...

“Those prisoners who are being transferred were formerly at Fort Suse two years ago, but now they are sent back to us because of the bad security situation ... “It is true they are being transferred to Fort Suse because of those armed groups (ISIS), but we believe they would not be of any threat to this region,” ...
Superior on-the-job performance, a dedication to duty and community and exceptional leadership skills are just a few of the qualities that define what it means to be chosen “Sailor of the Year.” Naval Air Station Lemoore recently recognized three of its own as the cream of the crop by selecting the base's ...
In Iraq, the Army oversees about 13,000 prisoners at Camp Cropper near Baghdad airport, Camp Bucca in the southern desert, and Fort Suse in the Kurdish north. Neither prisoners of war nor criminal defendants, they are just "security detainees" held "for imperative reasons of security," said command ...
One is Fort Suse, north of the capital, and the other is Camp Bucca, the largest prison, in southern Iraq. The prison abuse scandal at Abu Ghraib led to a number of changes in the American detainee system in Iraq. Investigations found there had been a shortage of professional interrogators to handle the ...
Fort Suse, a 1980's Russian barracks in northern Iraq, was turned into a prison in October and holds 1,196 detainees. The increase in the number of imprisoned foreign fighters -- to 465 from 391 in June -- underscores the shifting profile of insurgents taken into custody recently. These fighters come mainly ...


 

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