The U.N. and human rights groups have raised concerns about Iraq’s swift trials of alleged ISIS members, the Washington Post reports. Earlier this month. Iraq declared that major combat against the terrorist group was over, ending three years of territorial control by ISIS. Tamer El-Ghobashy, Washington Post’s Baghdad bureau chief joins Alison Stewart from Haliburton, Canada via Skype for more.
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