'Day Of Rage' Protests Continue In Iraq

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Protesters run as they chant anti-Iraqi government slogans during a protest in Baghdad's Tahrir Square. Hundreds of demonstrators converged on central Baghdad as part of a rally inspired by uprisings across the Middle East and dubbed the "Day of Rage." Karim Kadim/AP hide caption

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Bahraini protesters wave the national flag and chant slogans as they gather Wednesday at Pearl Square in the capital city of Manama. Phil Weymouth/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Matthew Alexander, a pseudonym for the author, is pictured with another interrogator who was part of the task force looking for Zafar. Courtesy of St. Martin's Press hide caption

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One Man Says No To Harsh Interrogation Techniques

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Iraqi Protesters Call For Better Jobs, Benefits

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The Nuts And Bolts Of Writing A New Constitution

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A report issued by Human Rights Watch has accused Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, shown here in 2009, of running a brigade overseeing a secret detention facility where terrorism suspects are tortured. Ahmed al-Husseiney/AP hide caption

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Iraqi Leader Accused Of Running Secret Prison

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An Iraqi man walks past a stand showing a daily newspaper with an image from Egypt on the front page Tuesday. Ali al-Saadi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iraqis View Egypt Protests As Exciting, Bittersweet

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Iraqi Women Wed To Insurgents Find Little Hope

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Uptick In Violence Kills Scores In Iraq

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In Iraq, A Sectarian Split Illustrated By Chicken

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Iraqis Displaced By Sectarian Battles Remain In Limbo

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Anti-American Cleric Returns To Iraq

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