Aleppo, Syria, Aug. 11, 2018. Thirty people from the town of al-Abzamo, Western Aleppo, Northern Syria, protest to demand the release of detainees from Syrian government prisons. The protesters raised banners that read, "How long will our sons be detained against their will?" "As the holy Eid al-Adha approaches, do not forget those who are in prison," and "The first step of the political solution was to kill thousands in al-Assad's slaughterhouses," in front of the town's police station. The protesters also denounced the reconciliation agreements offered by the Syrian government and Russia in different parts of Syria, condemning the Russian airstrike on the town of Urum al-Kubra, which killed and injured dozens of civilians. Recently, the Syrian government released the names of 5,000 detainees who were tortured to death or executed in Syrian government prisons. The Syrian government continues to release lists of victims.