Afghan policemen look at the site of a suicide attack in Kabul, December 11, 2014. (REUTERS/Omar Sobhani)
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The United States said Thursday that it had shut its last detention facility in Afghanistan and no longer had custody of detainees there, closing a much-criticized chapter in Washington's fight against Islamist extremism.It closed the prison there on Dec. 10, a day after a Senate report detailed abuse at a secret CIA prison in Afghanistan.A U.S. court found two adult detainees had been beaten to death at Bagram in 2002 .Pakistani citizen Kamil Shah, released without trial after five years in U.S. custody in Afghanistan from 2004, when he was 16, said he was beaten by U.S. personnel during his stay in Bagram.
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