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(BBC)-The Human Rights Watch (HRW) report also details allegations of torture by a terror suspect who was held in secret custody for more than two years.
The group has asked US President George W Bush to reveal the location of these detainees and close all US black sites.
Last year Mr Bush said the prisons had all closed and had not used torture.
In a televised address in September, Mr Bush admitted that 14 detainees had been held at secret CIA prisons that used interrogation methods that were "tough" but "lawful and necessary".
The United States does not torture," Mr Bush said at the time. "It's against our laws, and it's against our values. I have not authorised it - and I will not authorise it."
He said the prisoners had since been transferred to the US military camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and the CIA was not holding any more terror suspects.
But in a report published on Tuesday, HRW has named another 38 people who were believed to have been held in secret CIA prisons, who are now missing.