Iraqi forces arrest 200 insurgent suspects

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November 19, 2006 15:56

 
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Iraqi forces searching for four Americans and an Austrian who were kidnapped in southern Iraq detained about 200 suspected insurgents, police said Sunday. Police carrying machine guns and wearing fatigues and black face masks showed off their suspects Sunday by inviting the media to a police station where their prisoners were blindfolded and forced to sit on the ground outside. One of the suspects was a disabled man who had lost both legs at the knee and was sitting in a wheelchair. Police Maj. Gen. Ali al-Moussawi said the men were detained late Saturday night by Iraqi soldiers who raided several areas north of Basra, the city that is 550 kilometers (340 miles) southeast of Baghdad. Basra is where most of the 7,200 British soldiers in Iraq are based. Al-Moussawi said none of the hostages had been found during the raids.

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