Writing My Cellmates' Names in Blood


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Mansour Omari spent nearly a year in a Syrian government prison in 2012. We hear his account of life in an underground cell and how, against the odds, he managed to smuggle out the names of his fellow cellmates to their loved ones - by writing them down, using chicken bones and blood on a piece of cloth. Image: Mansour Omari's list of names Credit: Mansour Omari

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