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Guantanamo Bay is not the only overseas military prison that is posing problems for the the Bush administration. The secretive American detention center at the Bagram military base – constructed as a temporary site after the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 – now holds 630 prisoners. The International Committee of the Red Cross alleges that some detainees are subjected to cruel treatment that violates the Geneva Conventions. (Herald-Tribune)

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