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Dossier: Egyptian Prisons
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An inmate in Egypt can spend years trapped in solitary confinement: 22 hours per day within in a few meters of space.
Basma Mostafa | Cairo
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With no access to fans or fresh air, political prisoners are stuffed 50 people per 3-5 meters in sweltering temperatures
Farah El-Masry | Cairo
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1,464 people are incarcerated without being officially charged with a crime.
Wafaa Heikal | Cairo
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Inside detention centers, money rules. If a prisoner is poor, he pays dearly.
Farah El-Masry | Cairo