Charges Eyed in Afghan Deaths Two years after the deaths of two prisoners in Afghanistan, investigators have recommended the Army bring charges against 28 American soldiers. Some human rights groups claim the slow investigations may have lead to prisoner abuses elsewhere. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.

Afghan Prison Deaths Likely to Yield Charges

Charges Eyed in Afghan Deaths

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Two years after the deaths of two prisoners in Afghanistan, investigators have recommended the Army bring charges against 28 American soldiers. Some human rights groups claim the slow investigations may have lead to prisoner abuses elsewhere. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.