Notte cites the massacre of Bucha to say that this shows us that “Russia cares relatively little about being blamed by the international community."
Assad's announcement of the law drew ridicule from social media users in Syria and some questioned whether the law covers the Syrian regime's notorious security branches.
“It's hardly likely that the world has forgotten about Russia’s brutally murderous intervention in Syria"
"While many were waiting for the news of his arrest and imprisonment, they were surprised to know of his return to Syria,” Sasapost report concludes.
"I slept more than once among the corpses of young men dying in the evening," Al Faqeer's goes on to say.
“The Syrian despot can in any case boast of having transformed his country into the first narco-state worthy of the name in the Middle East.”
“Regional governments [...] are mending fences with a murderous regime—showing human rights abusers everywhere how to commit atrocities with impunity.” @BenteScheller
Christy Lefteri’s beautifully written book deals with the experiences of innocent civilians who escaped from Syria due to the humanitarian crisis initiated by the Assad regime in response to a peaceful uprising calling for government reform. The relentless attacks on Syrian civilians that have been waged for more than a...
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