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A sturdy metal grille covers the window in the Central Women's Prison in Baabda, blocking the view over Beirut and the Mediterranean below.Kara oversaw Wednesday the graduation ceremony for a number of women inside the prison who had completed a range of educational, vocational and cultural activities and courses, attended by First Lady Nadia el-Shami Aoun and Social Affairs Minister Pierre Abou Assi.Wafaa, who took part in a number of the courses, told the audience at the ceremony, made up of various dignitaries and inmates that in the short term the courses had helped build her self-confidence. Abou Assi told The Daily Star that he had seen a degree of hope in some of the drawings produced in one of the courses.
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