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Geneva or Abu Ghraib?

June 7, 2006

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THE PENTAGON wants to have it both ways. It intends to provide new training in core values to its troops after reports of an alleged massacre of Iraqi civilians by Marines, but it also wants to ignore a Geneva Convention rule against "humiliating and degrading treatment" of prisoners. This mixed message can only complicate the decision-making of US personnel at ... (Full article: 427 words)

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