Tuesday, August 23, 2011

The Assad regime and left 2,200 dead in its war against the opposition

At least 2,200 people have died in the crackdown on protests against the regime of Bashar al-Assad by Syrian security forces, as noted by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, Monday the beginning of the emergency session on Syria which is celebrating the Human Rights Council United Nations.

The UN High Commissioner Navi Pillay today opened the special session of the Human Rights Council on the situation in Syria demanding the prosecution of perpetrators of alleged crimes against humanity committed during the crackdown on protests against the regime in Damascus. Pillay stressed to the full "debug the importance of the responsibilities of perpetrators of crimes against humanity" and said the report released last week by his office found the commission organized crimes.

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