Inside the national-security wing of the Sarpoza prison, on the west side of Kandahar city. This wing contains 162 prisoners, most accused of involvement with the Taliban. Convicted murders and kidnappers also share these cells. Canadian officials say they're trying to improve conditions at the prison, which is little better than medieval. Pictured here, the row of cold-water taps that serve as showers and hand-washing facilities - although the water often doesn't flow.
Graeme Smith for The Globe and Mail