Syria: Young Syrian protester held incommunicado
Young Syrian man Mohamad Nooh was arrested on 5 October during a demonstration in Daraya, a suburb of Damascus, Syria. He has been held incommunicado since his arrest in conditions amounting to an enforced disappearance. Amnesty International fears for his health as he suffers from liver cirrhosis and needs medical care.
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