On July 29, 2013, Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio was kidnapped in Raqqa, Syria. Since then there has been no certain news of him. A hundred months after that day, Riccardo Cristiano reconstructs the fact and the Christian temperament of the figure.
Former refugees tortured, raped, disappeared after returning home. Syrian security forces have subjected Syrians who returned home after seeking refuge abroad to detention, disappearance and torture, including sexual violence, Amnesty International said.
For the first time, the crimes perpetrated by the Syrian regime and recounted by survivors have found legal acceptance in the International Criminal Court of the European Union.