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Uruguayan jail allows prisoners to open businesses

A Uruguayan jail is trying out an unusual plan: allowing prisoners to start their own businesses. The Punta de Rieles prison looks like many other penitentiaries from the outside, with high walls and barbed wire. But inside, the facility and its 700 inmates have a bakery, pizzeria, ice cream parlor, a greenhouse for growing lettuce, and a brick factory.

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