Syrian repression of free speech continues as two more journalists are “disappeared” #syria #freespeech #humanrights

Reporters sans Frontières is reporting that journalist Ali Taha and cameraman Ali Ahmed have been detained since since 2 January (as usual, the Syrian authorities are providing no information on the arrests):

“The continuing arbitrary arrests of journalists in Syria are disturbing,” Reporters Without Borders said. “The authorities provide no information about the legal grounds for these arrests and or the subsequent place of detention. This complete lack of transparency does not bode well.”

Click here to read the full report.

These are the latest in a wave of arbitrary arrests that the Syrian security services have been carrying out for months.

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