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Human Slaughterhouse: Amnesty International Says Up to 13,000 Hanged at Syrian Prison

10.2.17

Human Slaughterhouse: Amnesty International Says Up to 13,000 Hanged at Syrian Prison: [truth-out] -- Amnesty International has released a shocking report claiming as many as 13,000 people -- mostly civilians -- have been hanged in a Syrian government military prison in recent years. Amnesty accuses the Assad government of running a human slaughterhouse and engaging in a deliberate policy of extermination by hanging thousands of civilians at a prison near Damascus. Amnesty says the killings amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity. We speak to the co-author of the report, Nicolette Waldman, an Amnesty International researcher specializing in detention issues.


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