With new technology and close monitoring of culverts and ditches, they have reduced the rudimentary bombs' effectiveness by 20 percent since last year.
A federal judge applies the same principles as the Supreme Court ordered at Guantánamo, which presents a challenge to the Obama administration.
With Guantánamo set to close, more attention is falling on the US military facility in Afghanistan and those in custody there.
Readers write about why President Bush may not be given a lot of credit, the need for Nicaragua to work with international donors, and how the time has come for compassion in Gaza.
Technology offers troops in Afghanistan a respite, but some wonder if the tether is too short.
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The new facility, which will hold up to 1,100 detainees, is aimed at replacing the controversial existing one at Bagram.
The US military has rejected claims that Pakistani doctor Aafia Siddiqui, who has been missing for the past five years, was being illegally detained and tortured.