Subhi Nahas remembers the exact day when he knew he’d have to leave Syria. It was in the spring of 2012. He was 24, on a bus, going to his university to take a final exam. It was the last exam he needed to graduate. He describes what happened next. “They take you to a room, and put you in a chair, where you’re all alone,” he recalls. “The chairs, and the table, and the ground, they’re full of blood."
March 6 / KQED News