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Putin may be liable for war crimes in Syria, claims human rights group

WorldNews Thursday, 15 October 2020
Putin may be liable for war crimes in Syria, claims human rights groupVladimir Putin bears responsibility for possible war crimes involving civilians being targeted in Syria, a rights group has said, in an in-depth report that calls for sanctions to be imposed on "those responsible". Russian and Syrian government forces engaged in a deliberate and systematic strategy of illegally targeting civilian infrastructure in Idlib...
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News video: Syria-Russia alliance targeted civilians in Idlib: HRW report

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The New York-based watchdog says the targeting of civilians by the Syrian-Russian alliance may amount to crimes against humanity.

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