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To Prevent Enforced Disappearances, Rethink the Justice and Security Equation
Nearly every city and village in Syria has a story to tell about enforced disappearances: civilians being snatched off the streets or from their homes by the police, Syrian military or an armed group, never to be heard from again. The victims are usually tortured, killed or enslaved. Their families are left haunted, not knowing if their loved ones are alive or dead. Today, we are seeing an alarming rise in the incidence of enforced…
by David Tolbert, ICTJ President
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