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The US appeals court has ruled that US prisoners at Bagram Air Base have no right to <em>habeas corpus</em> -- meaning the US can now hold them indefinitely and beyond the reach of America's lawyers and legal system.

Bagram prison: now rights-free

The US appeals court has ruled that US prisoners at Bagram Air Base have no right to habeas corpus -- meaning the US can now hold them indefinitely and beyond the reach of America's lawyers and legal system.

An extraordinary piece of investigative journalism by <b>Anand Gopal</b> on the US's "secret war" in Afghanistan: night raids, hidden detention centers, disappearances and the "Black Jail" of Bagram.

The secret war in Afghanistan

An extraordinary piece of investigative journalism by Anand Gopal on the US's "secret war" in Afghanistan: night raids, hidden detention centers, disappearances and the "Black Jail" of Bagram.

The US is holding detainees in isolated, windowless concrete cells at Bagram Air Base, sometimes for weeks at a time, without access to the International Committee of the Red Cross, according to former inmates and human rights workers.

The secret US “black jail” in Afghanistan

The US is holding detainees in isolated, windowless concrete cells at Bagram Air Base, sometimes for weeks at a time, without access to the International Committee of the Red Cross, according to former inmates and human rights workers.

Obama's pledge to close Guantanamo is the "biggest sham in American politics": the administration just filed <a href="http://www.scotusblog.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/US-Bagram-brief-9-14-09.pdf">a legal brief</a> [PDF] stating that detainees at Bagram Airfield have no constitutional rights whatsoever -- including habeas corpus.

Greenwald: Obama’s Guantanamo closure was a sham

Obama's pledge to close Guantanamo is the "biggest sham in American politics": the administration just filed a legal brief [PDF] stating that detainees at Bagram Airfield have no constitutional rights whatsoever -- including habeas corpus.

An Afghan farmer who was detained by US forces at Bagram prison shares his experiences and explains why the US troops are still failing to win the locals' hearts and minds.

Former Bagram detainee speaks out

An Afghan farmer who was detained by US forces at Bagram prison shares his experiences and explains why the US troops are still failing to win the locals' hearts and minds.

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