Afghan Women's Prisons Seek To Make Life Behind Bars Less Horrific

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2011/05/31
Lida and more than 160 other women -- and in some cases their young children -- are housed in the modern, three-story prison located in the Afghan capital's Tahya Maskan region. They are allowed to wear colorful traditional clothes, can freely move about the prison, and are guarded by an all-female staff. Each cell is equipped with a television, and literacy, computer, dressmaking, and embroidery classes are available, among others. Read more at Radio Free Europe
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