Picture taken March 28, 2013 shows an Afghan prisoner guard taking on the walking talkie as a young boy peers through the prison bars at Badam Bagh, Afghanistan's central women's prison, in Kabul, Afghanistan. Sixty-two children living with their imprisoned mothers in the six- year- old jail, the majority of the mothers are serving sentences of up to seven years for leaving their husbands, refusing to accept a marriage arranged by their parents, or choosing to leave their parent's home with a man of their choice, all so-called “moral” crimes(. AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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Picture taken March 28, 2013 shows an Afghan prisoner guard taking on the walking talkie as a young boy peers through the prison bars at Badam Bagh, Afghanistan's central women's prison, in Kabul, Afghanistan. Sixty-two children living with their imprisoned mothers in the six- year- old jail, the majority of the mothers are serving sentences of up to seven years for leaving their husbands, refusing to accept a marriage arranged by their parents, or choosing to leave their parent's home with a man of their choice, all so-called “moral” crimes(. AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)
Picture taken March 28, 2013 shows an Afghan prisoner guard taking on the walking talkie as a young boy peers through the prison bars at Badam Bagh, Afghanistan's central women's prison, in Kabul, Afghanistan. Sixty-two children living with their imprisoned mothers in the six- year- old jail, the majority of the mothers are serving sentences of up to seven years for leaving their husbands, refusing to accept a marriage arranged by their parents, or choosing to leave their parent's home with a man of their choice, all so-called “moral” crimes(. AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)
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