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Afghans Allege Abuse While in U.S. Prisons

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Afghans Allege Abuse While in U.S. Prisons

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Afghans Allege Abuse While in U.S. Prisons

Afghans Allege Abuse While in U.S. Prisons

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Several Afghans formerly held in U.S.-controlled prisons say they were mistreated while in detention. Their stories detail physical, sexual and psychological abuse. The U.S. military says it is reviewing 20 or so prisons it runs in Afghanistan. Roxana Saberi reports.

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