with no food or water and handcuffed to the floor. He has been forced to sign documents he could not read and threatened with death.
Moses is a refugee. Yet these violations of his human rights did not happen in war-stricken Sudan. They happened here in Ukraine, where Moses came seeking asylum more than three years ago.
On paper, Ukraine granted him sanctuary. In reality, he, along with many other refugees seeking shelter here from nightmares at home, say they have exchanged one form of torture and repression for another.