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Iraqi POWs

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Iraqi POWs

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Host Bob Edwards speaks with Marc Burleigh of Agence France Press about the prisoner of war camp, called Camp Freddy, in southern Iraq. About 6,000 Iraqis being kept there until it can be determined if they are regular soldiers, who will likely be released soon, or part of the Fedayeen, the paramilitary units that may be considered unlawful combatants and held longer.

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