Iran: Disappearance"/ Possible forcible return/Incommunicado detention/ Fear of torture or ill-treatment

By Amnesty International, , Index number: MDE 13/013/2003

Iranian refugees Ebrahim Khodabandeh and Jamil Bassam were reportedly forcibly returned to Iran by the Syrian authorities on 12 June. Their current whereabouts are unconfirmed and it is feared that they may be facing torture or other ill-treatment in Tehran's Evin prison, where it is believed they are being held in incommunicado detention.

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