Details of Combatants' Challenges to Be Determined

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The Supreme Court's decision that "enemy combatants" being held by the United States could challenge their detention did not say how the detainees could receive an impartial review of their imprisonment. NPR's Jackie Northam explores the questions that need to be worked out.

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