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Crammed in filthy cells, political prisoners fear infection

Crammed in filthy cells, political prisoners fear infection

Reza Khandan got the word from friends locked away in Iran’s most feared prison, Evin. A prisoner and a guard in their cell block had been removed because they were suspected of having coronavirus, and two guards in the women’s ward had shown symptoms. It was frightening news....

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Activists renew calls to release inmates as COVID-19 spreads in Syria

Activists renew calls to release inmates as COVID-19 spreads in Syria

  (Zaman Al Wasl)- Syrian activists and former detainees have renewed calls on the Syrian regime to release the prisoners to protect them against the novel coronavirus pandemic. Activists say the COVID-19 has been spreading in Syria, as the air corridor between Tehran and Damascus...

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Former detainees call on Assad to release inmates over pandemic

Former detainees call on Assad to release inmates over pandemic

 (Zaman Al Wasl)- Activists and former detainees have called on the Syrian regime to release the prisoners to protect them against the killer coronavirus pandemic.  Although the regime says it has yet to document any infections, Syria is seen at high risk from the virus....

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Three brothers tortured to death by regime security: relatives

Three brothers tortured to death by regime security: relatives

  (Zaman Al Wasl)- Three brothers died of torture by intelligence services in southern Daraa province despite a reconciliation deal reached with the Syrian regime in 2018, relatives said Thursday. Hussam, Haitham and Ahmed Abu Halaweh were former rebels but they tricked like...

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