Sunday, September 26, 2010

Teen blogger in Syria detained for 9 months without charge, risks torture...

Amnesty International is demanding the release of a 19-year-old blogger and student detained in Syria without charge or access to the outside world since the end of last year.

The woman, Tal al-Mallohi, was detained by Syria’s notorious State Security in the capital Damascus on 27 December after being summoned there for questioning. Two days later, State Security officers visited Tal al-Mallohi’s family home in Homs, 100 miles north of Damascus, and confiscated her computer, some computer disks, notebooks and a mobile phone.

Since 27 December none of her family has been allowed to see her. The family’s visits to the State Security detention centre have been met with vague assurances of her wellbeing but no information as to why she is being held. There are fears that - like many other prisoners held in Syria - Tal al-Mallohi is at high risk of torture. More...

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