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More Than 10,000 Detainees Released in Iraq

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Open Door Policy? More Than 10,000 Detainees Released in Iraq The US military said Saturday it has released more than 10,000 detainees in Iraq so far this year — more than in all of 2007 — as it continues to try phase out its running of Iraqi prisons. The military said about 21,000 people remained in custody, and it is currently releasing about 45 detainees and detaining 30 a day. The United States wants to transfer the detainees to Iraqi control.

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I hope they deserved to be let out!
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Hopefully this is a good sign and hopefully the Iraqi government can control the detainees. All the Armed Forces needs is an additional ten-thousand al qaeda or taliban fighters showing up to fight.
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