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(To go with AFP story by Mihaela Rodina) An interior wall painted by Romanian inmates from Jilava prison (next to Bucharest) sourrounds the detention area February 28, 2013. A day after a conference on drug abuse and rising HIV in prisons in Eastern Europe The Council of Europe organized a media visit to the prison as inmates in Jilava prison and two other Romanian jails have benefited from anti-drugs programs funded by the Norwegian government. Providing drug substitution treatment and distributing needles and condoms are key steps to curb addiction and HIV infection among inmates across Europe, experts warn, calling on authorities to change their approach to prison health-care. In Romania, the prison of Jilava, south of Bucharest, has recently introduced the system. AFP PHOTO DANIEL MIHAILESCU (Photo credit should read DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP/Getty Images)
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(To go with AFP story by Mihaela Rodina) An interior wall painted by Romanian inmates from Jilava prison (next to Bucharest) sourrounds the detention area February 28, 2013. A day after a conference on drug abuse and rising HIV in prisons in Eastern Europe The Council of Europe organized a media visit to the prison as inmates in Jilava prison and two other Romanian jails have benefited from anti-drugs programs funded by the Norwegian government. Providing drug substitution treatment and distributing needles and condoms are key steps to curb addiction and HIV infection among inmates across Europe, experts warn, calling on authorities to change their approach to prison health-care. In Romania, the prison of Jilava, south of Bucharest, has recently introduced the system. AFP PHOTO DANIEL MIHAILESCU (Photo credit should read DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP/Getty Images)
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An interior wall painted by Romanian inmates from Jilava prison... News Photo 162871449Bucharest,Geographical Locations,Horizontal,Indoors,Jilava,Law,Painting,Prison,Prisoner,Romania,Trapped,Wall,sourroundsPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFP(To go with AFP story by Mihaela Rodina) An interior wall painted by Romanian inmates from Jilava prison (next to Bucharest) sourrounds the detention area February 28, 2013. A day after a conference on drug abuse and rising HIV in prisons in Eastern Europe The Council of Europe organized a media visit to the prison as inmates in Jilava prison and two other Romanian jails have benefited from anti-drugs programs funded by the Norwegian government. Providing drug substitution treatment and distributing needles and condoms are key steps to curb addiction and HIV infection among inmates across Europe, experts warn, calling on authorities to change their approach to prison health-care. In Romania, the prison of Jilava, south of Bucharest, has recently introduced the system. AFP PHOTO DANIEL MIHAILESCU (Photo credit should read DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP/Getty Images)