Mother of UK doctor: Save remaining Syrian prisoners

The mother of a British doctor who died in Syria has said she is "not surprised" by the killing and torture allegedly documented in some 55,000 images smuggled out of the country.

Fatima Khan told ITV News that the priority must be to save the prisoners still being held by the Syrian government to ensure that no more people suffer her son's fate.

Read: Inquest opened into death of UK doctor in Syrian prison

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Syrian 'torture' images 'undermine peace talks'

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