TOPSHOT - A picture taken on June 30, 2016 shows leftovers of damaged vehicles in the city of Fallujah following battles between Iraqi pro-government forces and ISIS. / AFP / AHMAD AL-RUBAYE
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Human Rights Watch called Thursday for transparency from Iraq over its promised investigation of alleged abuses, including executions of civilians, by its forces during the recapture of Fallujah from ISIS.Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi responded to allegations of abuses during the operation by promising to investigate and prosecute all such cases.The militias have played a key role in the fight against ISIS, but have also been repeatedly accused of abuses against civilians that have undermined the government's efforts to win back support in Sunni areas.
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