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01/26/2006 11:31 PM ID: 52483 Permalink   

5 Female Iraqi Prisoners Released


Five women prisoners were released Thursday in Iraq, among 424 total detainees released. "As a result of detailed screening, they were determined not to be a problem in Iraq," Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch U.S. Military spokesmen said.

The release process started before the abduction of U.S. journalist Jill Carroll. This is part of a normal process and not as a result of demands by terrorists and criminals. "We don't negotiate with terrorists and criminals," Lynch reiterated.

"Hamas joins those who ask to release American citizen Jill Carroll. We have declared many times we are totally against kidnapping civilians," Hamas official, Saeed Syam said on Monday.

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I think it's excellent that you've not long joined SN and you're posting so many news stories, but could I ask that you take a little more time proof-reading what you have written.

The term is Iraqis, not Iraq's. Also, the last paragraph was kind of shoe-horned in there, and was out of context from the rest of the news story. The reason for the quote is not apparent from your summary, and requires you to read the source.
  by: stephen.mcmahon     01/27/2006 12:28 AM     
"They were determined not to be a problem in Iraq"

So on what grounds were they detained in the first place?
  by: ixuzus     01/27/2006 09:07 AM     
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