"Torture, Transfers, and Denial of Due Process"

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the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission and the New York-based Open Society Institute suggest that Afghanistan's international allies are still failing to ensure that people captured on the battlefield are treated humanely despite a massive reform program in recent months... 

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