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Most Afghan women serve sentences in elders' homes, not prisons

SHARANA, Afghanistan (Reuters) - When 18-year-old Fawzia was convicted of elopement and adultery, a local Afghan court in the southeastern province of Paktika sentenced her to jail.
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