Death row, South Sudan : News Photo

Death row, South Sudan

[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] Death rown prisoners in Rumbek Central Prison, in South Sudan, shackled together in a dormitory, Oct 24, 2012. Around 300 inmates are housed in a series of four dormitories, crammed full of bunk beds. Churched and Human rights Groups have urged South Sudan to abolish the death penalty.
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[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] Death rown prisoners in Rumbek Central Prison, in South Sudan, shackled together in a dormitory, Oct 24, 2012. Around 300 inmates are housed in a series of four dormitories, crammed full of bunk beds. Churched and Human rights Groups have urged South Sudan to abolish the death penalty.
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January 29, 2013
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Death rown prisoners in Rumbek Central Prison in South Sudan shackled... News Photo 160506438Death,Dorm Room,Handcuffs,Horizontal,Human Interest,Prisoner,South Sudan,SudanPhotographer Collection: Moment © Jerome Starkey[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] Death rown prisoners in Rumbek Central Prison, in South Sudan, shackled together in a dormitory, Oct 24, 2012. Around 300 inmates are housed in a series of four dormitories, crammed full of bunk beds. Churched and Human rights Groups have urged South Sudan to abolish the death penalty.