Syria: Appeal Case - Deported to where?! Incommunicado detention and torture of forcibly returned Syrians
This Appeal Case raises Amnesty International's continuing concerns about a number of Syrian nationals being detained without charge or trial after being deported to Syria. Of the five men described here, detained for between four and 22 months, three have been denied access to visits from their families or a lawyer, and at least three of them have reportedly been tortured. Amnesty International does not know where two of them are being held and has grave fears for the safety of all five men.
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