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Since 1st March, 1999
Abuse was not only for grilling
Prisoners who posed in three of the most infamous photographs of abuse to come out of the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq were not being softened up for interrogation by intelligence officers but instead were being punished for criminal acts or the amusement of their jailers, according to previously ...  | Read.. 
Beckham has a new tattoo
England soccer captain David Beckham surprised fans and dismayed media commentators by acquiring another tattoo, a winged cross, etched across the back of his neck. ...  | Read.. 
British mission in Dhaka closed
The British High Commission in Bangladesh will remain shut to the public indefinitely after the ambassador was injured in a bomb blast which killed three people, an embassy o ...  | Read.. 
Libya pulls out of Arab meet over Israel issue
Libya withdrew from an Arab summit in Tunis today in protest at the agenda and at the Arab League’s failure to take up Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s proposal for a single I ...  | Read.. 
An unidentified US soldier punches a detainee at Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad. (AP)
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