Iraq: State of the Evidence
Since the overthrow of the Iraqi government in April 2003 by the U.S.-led coalition forces, over 250 mass graves have been located across Iraq. Some are believed to contain the remains of thousands of victims, including entire families. A key to the success will be the availability of solid documentary and forensic evidence, and the report focuses on these
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1988 Anfal campaign 2003 Eric Stover/Human Al-Mahawil ambiguous loss Anfal campaign April archeologists archives assistance Association of Free Ba`th Party Ba`thist Baghdad Barzani Basra burial Coalition Provisional Authority Combined Forensic Team Commission communities CPA officials custody disappeared DNA analysis Eric Stover Eric Stover/Human Rights establish evidentiary needs executed exhumations February February 11 files forensic evidence forensic exhumations forensic investigations forensic scientists former government Free Prisoners graves in Iraq gravesites Greg Kehoe groups Human Rights Watch ICRC ICTY identified International Committee Iraq Memory Foundation Iraqi authorities Iraqi Kurdistan Iraqi Political Prisoners Iraqi Special Tribunal Iraqi state documents Kirkuk Kurdistan Kurds Kuwait League of Iraqi located looting mass graves Missing Persons missing relatives Mosul NGOs number of documents political parties Red Cross Rights Watch discussion Rights Watch interview Rights Watch researchers Saddam Hussein Sandy Hodgkinson Stover/Human Rights Watch Sulaimaniyya told Human Rights trials U.S.-led coalition forces victims