Syria releases 60 detainees from prisons

The World

Large crowds of people flocked to prisons across government-controlled areas of Syria on Tuesday following a prison amnesty. They were hoping to hear any news of loved ones behind bars in the regime's prisons. Thousands of Syrians remain imprisoned in Syria nearly a decade since the start of the uprising. The World's Marco Werman spoke with Natasha Hall, a senior fellow with the Center for International and Strategic Studies, about the amnesty and what it means for Syria's imprisoned population. 

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