Afghan officials report new violence at Kabul's main high-security prison, where police have fired into a crowd of rioting inmates, killing one and wounding at least three others.
The officials say police opened fire as hundreds of rioting prisoners tried to break out of their cell block after negotiations between the government and inmate representatives broke down.
Earlier rebellious inmates had released 17 injured prisoners and the bodies of four inmates killed in two days of rioting. Prison officials say Taleban and al-Qaida inmates instigated the uprising at the Pul-e-Charkhi prison, which erupted Saturday after prisoners refused to wear new uniforms.
Authorities gave them uniforms to prevent them from escaping by disguising themselves as civilians after last month's escape of seven Taleban inmates. The inmates are seeking better conditions and general amnesty for some prisoners.