This April 24, 2013 photo released by Human Rights Watch shows a torture device abandoned on the floor of a State Security building, in Raqqa, Syria. (AP Photo/Bryan Denton for Human Rights Watch)
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The son of prominent Syrian activist and opposition National Coalition member Fayez Sara has died after being tortured in a prison in Damascus, his father and the Coalition said Monday."After all the blows we have been dealt, and all the blows that our people have been dealt -- killing, arrests, displacement and destruction -- they told us today that Wissam was tortured to death in the military security branch in Damascus, two months after he was arrested in Damascus," Sara wrote on his Facebook page.He said his son, a 27-year-old father of two, had joined "the martyrs of Syria". Fayez Sara has been a member of the Coalition's political committee since August 2013 .
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