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Syrian priest suffered regime torture, friend says

Syrian priest suffered regime torture, friend says

(Zaman Al Wasl)-  Lebanese clergyman declared that a Syrian priest had been arrested by the notorious military division,  the  Palestine Branch, in Damascus some years ago, being accused of dealing with Israel. An accusation for which he was arrested and spent more than one...

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82,000 forcibly disappeared, 14,000 died of torture by Assad regime: SNHR

82,000 forcibly disappeared, 14,000 died of torture by Assad regime: SNHR

( SNHR )- Tens of thousands of Syrians have fallen to the machine of systematic arrests that hasn’t only targeted activists or those who were part of the popular uprising that rose against the family rule, but targeted many merely on suspicion or kinship.  Syrian authorities...

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Assad's Death Lists: Failed Attempt to Shirk Accountability

Assad's Death Lists: Failed Attempt to Shirk Accountability

By Sulaiman al-Nuhaili (Zaman Al Wasl)- Lists of the Syrian detainees, who were killed under torture at the regime's detention centres, are being sent by the regime, to the civil registry authorities, in order to record their deaths as natural. Therefore, it is necessary to work on...

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Families of torture victims fear regime contact over sons' fate

Families of torture victims fear regime contact over sons' fate

 (Zaman Al Wasl)- Syrian human rights’ advocates emphasized that the Syrian regime and allies, such as Russia, Iraq, Iran and Hezbollah, are legally responsible of the Syrian detainees’ tragedy, saying the United Nations is also involved in the moral responsibility towards them as...

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