Syria Guilty Of 'Industrial-scale Killing': Qatar-backed Report
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January 21, 2014

Via AFP:

Syrian officials could face war crimes charges based on photographs from a defector proving the "industrial-scale" torture and killing of 11,000 detainees by the regime, international prosecutors say.

Evidence smuggled out by a former Syrian military police photographer was reminiscent of the conditions in the death camps in Nazi Germany in World War II, the three investigators said.

A report by the prosecutors -- commissioned by Qatar, which backs the Syrian rebels -- provides "clear evidence" of the starvation, strangulation and beating of detainees in President Bashar al-Assad's pri...

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