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A look inside the Djeida prison in Tripoli

A peek into the Djeida prison in Tripoli, Libya that currently houses about 1400 inmates, including Gadhafi loyalist fighters, criminals, former regime ministers and foreign immigrants.

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Female inmates at the Tripoli's infamous Djeida prison walk about the courtyard on Oct. 11. Some 1400 inmates are detained in this facility, among them former regime ministers, loyalist fighters, ordinary criminals and foreign immigrants.

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An inmate of the infamous Djeida prison gestures towards a warden in Tripoli on October 11, 2011.

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Female inmates of the infamous Djeida prison stand in their cell in Tripoli on Oct. 11.

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Two couples of sub-Saharan African immigrants confined in the Djeida prison in Tripoli on Oct. 11. Both women are pregnant.

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A female inmate of the infamous Djeida prison washes her dishes in Tripoli on October 11, 2011.

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A female inmate leans against a wall at the infamous Djeida prison in Tripoli on Oct. 11.

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