Wednesday, March 6, 2013
BBC News - Sinai torture for Eritreans kidnapped by traffickers
"The kidnappers would make me lie on my back and then they would get me to ring my family to ask them to pay the ransom they wanted," she says, lifting up the back of her shirt to expose a rash of deep scars.
"As soon as one of my parents answered the phone, the men would melt flaming plastic over my back and inner thighs and I would scream and scream in pain.
"This, they hoped, would put extra pressure on my mother and father to find the money."
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