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Topic - Dara Noureddin
Four al Qaeda-linked detainees have escaped from a Baghdad area prison that was handed over by the U.S. to Iraqi authorities a week ago, Iraq's justice minister said Thursday — a daring escape that embarrasses a government struggling to prove it is capable of operating without U.S. oversight.
Dara Noureddin said the four, awaiting trial on terrorism charges, escaped from the high security prison formerly known as Camp Cropper.
Dara Noureddin said the four, who were awaiting trial on terrorism charges, escaped from the prison formerly known as Camp Cropper.