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Martin Doyle Cartoon: A small story of great suspense

Martin Doyle Cartoon: A small story of great suspense

The torture and execution of civilians in Syrian prisons is one of the worst atrocities of modern times. But it remains a secret hell within a much-televised war. Amnesty International deserves credit for revealing the reign of terror [via mass hangings] at Saydnaya prison.

Ref: Syria conflict: Thousands hanged at Saydnaya prison, Amnesty says - BBC News


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