"In Assad’s prisons, unfortunately... there are only about 20,000 detainees, no more, and the rest were gotten rid of," writes Firas TLASS.
"What is more shocking is not what we have already seen. It is what we have not seen, but has been committed in reality," writes Celine KASEM.
Massacres such as this did not start with the beginning of the Syrian revolution 11 years ago, nor did they end with this one.
July 18, 2012, Athens It was a quiet summer day and, as usual in Greece, the first thing we think about is drinking cold coffee...