Rights Groups Seek Detainees International human rights groups are pressing the Bush administration for more information about suspected terrorists who are being held in undisclosed locations. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld acknowledged one specific case this week and said there were others. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.
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Human Rights Groups Seek to Track 'Ghost' Detainees

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Human Rights Groups Seek to Track 'Ghost' Detainees

Human Rights Groups Seek to Track 'Ghost' Detainees

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International human rights groups are pressing the Bush administration for more information about suspected terrorists who are being held in undisclosed locations. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld acknowledged one specific case this week and said there were others. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.