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Iran: Prisoner swap offer only for US inmates, not Britons
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s recent proposal to swap prisoners with the US only includes American nationals jailed in Iran, not Britons or nationals of other countries, said his spokesman.
British prison praised for installing photo-booth for inmates, visitors
A prison in England was praised by inspectors for installing a photo-booth so inmates can take pictures with family members, amid evidence that bolstering personal relationships can reduce the likelihood of reoffending.
Female inmates go on hunger strike at Bahraini jail over ill-treatment
Three female dissidents have launched an open-ended hunger strike at a detention center in Bahrain to protest their dire situation and mistreatment by prison authorities as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed clampdown on human rights campaigners and pro-democracy activists in the Persian Gulf kingdom.
Iran Leader pardons, commutes sentences of 537 inmates
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Thursday pardoned or commuted prison terms of 537 convicts on the occasion of the Eid al-Fitr that marks the end of the holy month Ramadan.
Leader agrees conditions for pardoning several prison inmates
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Saturday agreed the conditions and regulations for pardoning or reducing the sentences of several eligible Iranian prison inmates.
Leader grants clemency to over 560 Iranian inmates
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Tuesday pardoned or commuted the sentences of 565 Iranian convicts.
Some 200 Indonesian inmates at large two days after prison break
About 200 inmates are still at large after a mass prison break at an overcrowded prison on Indonesia’s Sumatra Island, officials say.
Armed men attack prison in Philippines, free 150 inmates
Armed men have broken into a prison in the southern Philippines, engaging in a shootout with guards, killing one, and helping more than 150 inmates to break out.
Dozen countries to hold sit-ins in support of Palestinian inmates
People in at least a dozen countries are going to stage sit-ins in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails across the occupied territories.
Report reveals ‘gross errors’ in evidence against inmates at Guantanamo
Eight Afghan individuals have been held at the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay for years without concrete evidence, a new report by an independent group says.
Guards, inmates both on strike in US jail in Alabama
Corrections officers and prisoners in a jail in the US state of Alabama have launched a strike over shared concerns, a report says.
All Palestinian inmates on hunger strike after death of fellow inmate
All Palestinian inmates held in Israeli prisons have staged a three-day hunger strike following the death in custody of a fellow inmate at an Israeli detention center.
120 Palestinians inmates on hunger strike in solidarity with 3 prisoners
At least 120 Palestinian prisoners have gone on an open-ended hunger strike to express their solidarity with three fellow inmates who are refusing food in protest at their arbitrary detention by the Israeli regime.
21 Egypt inmates on hunger strike over 'unfair' trial
Twenty one Egyptians imprisoned for protesting the government’s surrender to Saudi Arabia of two Red Sea islands have gone on hunger strike over their “unfair” trial.
Bahraini court strips 5 inmates of citizenship
A court in Bahrain has revoked the citizenship of five people in the Persian Gulf kingdom after convicting them of terror charges.

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