Syria's rebels hail ex-officer's conviction, want justice to go higher

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Anwar Raslan, 58, was convicted on 27 out of 58 counts of murder, rape and sexual assault carried out at a Damascus prison. He defected to Syria's opposition in 2012 before securing asylum in Germany. Syria's Information Ministry did not immediately respond to an emailed request for comment on the Raslan case.
4 months ago

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Syria's rebels hail ex-officer's conviction, want justice to go higher

By Suleiman Al-Khalidi AMMAN - Syrian rebel and opposition groups said Germany's conviction of a former Syrian intelligence officer for crimes against humanity this week was welcome but was only a step towards holding to account President Bashar al-Assad and his top aides. The conviction nL1N2TT0MJ of Anwar Raslan, who defected to Syria's opposition in 2012 before securing asylum in

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Syria's rebels hail ex-officer's conviction, want justice to go higher

AMMAN (Reuters) - Syrian rebel and opposition groups said Germany's conviction of a former Syrian intelligence officer for crimes against humanity this week was welcome but was only a step towards holding to account President Bashar al-Assad and his top aides. Read full story

4 months ago·Malaysia
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OAN

Syria’s rebels hail ex-officer’s conviction, want justice to go higher

January 14, 2022By Suleiman Al-KhalidiAMMAN (Reuters) – Syrian rebel and opposition groups said Germany’s conviction of a former Syrian intelligence officer for crimes against humanity this week was welcome but was only a step towards holding to account President Bashar al-Assad and his top aides.The conviction nL1N2TT0MJ of Anwar Raslan, who defected to Syria’s opposition in 2012 before securing asylum in Germany, marked a landmark ruling r…

4 months ago·San Diego, United States
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