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New evidence of Syria brutality emerges as woman's mutilated body is found

23 September 2011 Eighteen-year-old Zainab al-Hosni of Homs is the first woman known to have died in custody during Syria’s recent unrest. Fresh evidence of the extreme brutality being meted out to Syrian protesters and their families has been revealed today by Amnesty International.The mutilated body of 18-year-old Zainab al-Hosni of Homs, the first woman known to have died in custody during Syria’s recent unrest, was discovered by her family in horrific circumstances on 13 September.The family was visiting a morgue to identify the body of Zainab’s activist brother Mohammad, who was…

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