A woman who spent months in Syrian prisons talks about the systematic humiliation, beatings and electric shock treatments she witnessed - and experienced herself.
An Afghan man is facing charges of war crimes at a Munich court. He isn't a German citizen, nor were his alleged crimes committed in Germany. So why is he being tried in the country?
Some 128,000 people are thought to have been murdered in Syrian jails at the hands of the Assad regime. Thousands were tortured to death. Now, Europe is leading the charge to bring the perpetrators to justice.
A report has revealed new allegations of sexual torture, rape and forced nudity across 30 Syrian detention centers, at home raids and government checkpoints. But justice for survivors is proving a long road.
Many Syrian refugees in Lebanon feel their situation is so dire that they are considering heading back to war-torn Syria. But it's a journey into the unknown, as Diana Hodali reports from Beirut.
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