Maarrat al-Nu'man, Syria, Aug. 4, 2018. Women raise banners that read, "Juste en Syrie le prisonnier se transformed dans une Chiffre" and "1410 airforce security." People protest in Marrat al-Nu'man, Southern Idlib, Northern Syria, in solidarity with the parents of detainees who were tortured to death in the Syrian government's prisons. Dozens of people, including women, participated in the protest, which was organized by the Ro'a al-Mustaqbal Organization and the Abna'a Minajl al-Hurriah Group. The protesters condemned the policy of the Negotiation Committee for not delivering the detainees' file to the United Nations and for not pressing on the Syrian government to release the detainees. Last July, the Syrian government started revealing the fate of detainees in prisons. The Syrian government delivered name lists of detainees who were tortured to death to the civil registry offices or the military police. The military police of the Syrian government informed the parents of the detainees to visit the military police or the civil registry office and take the death certificates of their detained killed sons.