Human Rights Watch recently released a report titled, “Torture Archipelago: Arbitrary Arrests, Torture and Enforced Disappearances in Syria’s Underground Prisons since March 2011.” The report, based on more than 200 interviews conducted by Human Rights Watch with former detainees (including women, children, and elderly), outlines the extent of torture and ill-treatment at 27 identified detention facilities throughout Syria and recognizes the intelligence agencies responsible. Situ Studio and Forensic Architecture produced a series of diagrams depicting the overcrowded cell conditions in comparison with the international prison guidelines established by the Council of Europe’s Committee for the Prevention of Torture (see below).