U.N. criticizes Iraq trials of ISIS 'members', including human shields

U.N. criticizes Iraq trials of ISIS 'members', including human shieldsThe United Nations on Tuesday raised “serious concerns” about the trials of hundreds of alleged Islamic State members in Iraq, some of whom merely prepared meals, offered medical services or even acted as human shields for the jihadist group. Iraq has processed thousands of cases under its anti-terrorism law – including of detainees from outside the Middle East transferred from neighboring Syria – in the aftermath of a 2014-17 war against Islamic State militants.



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