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Picture taken March 28, 2013 shows Afghan female prisoner Fauzia steering out of the prison bars at Badam Bagh, Afghanistan's central women's prison, in Kabul, Afghanistan. Fauzia is the oldest woman in jail and has served already seven years in jail. She will serve a 17 year sentence for killing her husband and her daughter-in-law. “I was in one room. I came into the next room and they were there having sexual relations. I found a big knife and killed them both,” she said in a voice empty of emotion. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

Picture taken March 28, 2013 shows Afghan female prisoner Fauzia steering out of the prison bars at Badam Bagh, Afghanistan's central women's prison, in Kabul, Afghanistan. Fauzia is the oldest woman in jail and has served already seven years in jail. She will serve a 17 year sentence for killing her husband and her daughter-in-law. “I was in one room. I came into the next room and they were there having sexual relations. I found a big knife and killed them both,” she said in a voice empty of emotion. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

Afghan women jailed over moral crimes

The majority of the 202 Afghan women living in Badam Bagh, Afghanistan's central women's prison, are serving sentences of up to seven years for 'moral' crimes like leaving their husbands, refusing to accept a marriage arranged by their parents, or choosing to leave their parent's home with a man of their choice.