28 October 2019
"This report reveals that, contrary to the Turkish authorities’ claims that they do not deport anyone to Syria, in mid-2019it is likely that hundreds of people across Turkeywereswept up, detained, and transported against their will to one of the world’s most dangerous countries.Many people were deported from Istanbul, and were apprehended while they were working or walking down the street. Amnesty International documented 20 detailed cases of forced returns between 25May and 13 September 2019, with most (14) in July."
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SENT TO A WAR ZONE TURKEY’S ILLEGAL DEPORTATIONSOF SYRIAN REFUGEES (AI, link)
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