Taliban insurgents escape in Afghan jailbreak

16:43, April 27, 2011      

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Photo taken on April 26 showed recaptured inmates in Sarposa Prison in the Afghanistan's second largest city of Kandahar. Afghan authorities said on April 26 that they had captured 71 prisoners who had escaped overnight from the Sarposa Prison in the country's second largest city of Kandahar and prison staff might have helped organize the massive jailbreak. There are still some questionable points in the prison break, such as how did insurgents on the outside dug the 320-meter tunnel to the prison over five months and the inmates were ushered through it to freedom without being noticed.

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