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BAGHDAD, IRAQ - SEPTEMBER 19: Juvenile detainees are moved along by U.S. Army guards after a bathroom break at the "House of Wisdom" school near the Camp Cropper detention center September 19, 2007 in Baghdad, Iraq. The U.S. military now has more than 800 juvenile detainees in custody, most of whom were captured during this year's American troop "surge" in Baghdad. They attend six classes - Arabic, Science, Math, History, Civics and English every three days. Many of the detainees, ages 12-17 years old, have been captured while planting roadside bombs or IEDs targeting U.S. forces, according to military officials. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

BAGHDAD, IRAQ - SEPTEMBER 19:  Juvenile detainees are moved along by U.S. Army guards after a bathroom break at the "House of Wisdom" school near the Camp Cropper detention center September 19, 2007 in Baghdad, Iraq. The U.S. military now has more than 800 juvenile detainees in custody, most of whom were captured during this year's American troop "surge" in Baghdad. They attend six classes -  Arabic, Science, Math, History, Civics and English every three days. Many of the detainees, ages 12-17 years old, have been captured while planting roadside bombs or IEDs targeting U.S. forces, according to military officials.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)