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Rioting Resumes at Afghan Prison

Police fired at inmates trying to push down a gate at Kabul’s main jail as about 2,000 prisoners resumed rioting Tuesday after a 24-hour pause in violence, officials said. The fighting restarted after negotiations with the prisoners broke down, said Abdul Halik, a police commander in the prison. He said authorities had urged the prisoners to move into a newly refurbished wing of the jail, but the inmates refused. “The prisoners have tried to break down the door to their block and the police opened fire,” Halik said. Full Story

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