Shedding light on the truth about Iran’s Human Rights Violation

Iran: A report on prison conditions

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Damghan Prison in northern Iran, occupying an area of over 250 square meters with about 130 inmates, is one of the smallest prisons across the country.

It is a two-storey building, with a 60 square meter courtyard, located in the city’s so-called Khomeini Boulevard.

It was used as a police building after its construction in the 1960s.

Nearly 130 individuals are held in this facility with 5 only showers and 5 bathrooms, and lacking enough water. Prisoners are suffering from very limited space.

Aerial photo of the small Damghan prison:

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