By releasing the names of thousands of detainees perished in its custody, the Assad regime may believe it can turn the page on the issue of the "disappeared" once and for all. International law, however, demands accountability, a legal expert on impunity tells Al-Jumhuriya in a wide-ranging interview.
A former political prisoner now living in besieged Ghouta reflects on the parallels between the two experiences.
The story of one Syrian woman in the prisons of Bashar Assad. She is free now, but she is still "there".