September 1, 2017
PARIS (Reuters) - France’s foreign minister said on Friday he wanted major powers to agree on a transition plan that would be imposed on Syrians, but ruled out any role for President Bashar al-Assad, who he said had “murdered” part of his population. Read full article here...
FILE PHOTO: French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian attends a conference of Italian ambassadors in Rome, Italy July 24, 2017. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
Tuesday, August 29 Bethan McKernan writes for The Independent,
Exclusive: Women who have survived rape and torture in Syrian government prisons are fighting back - and laying the groundwork for future legal battles against war criminals. Read full article here.
The Syrian Emergency Task Force has worked closely with caesar, family of the Spanish victim, Guernica 37 and Ambassador Stephen Rapp to bring justice to victims of torture in assad prisons. We are currently planning a caesar exhibit in Madrid as we continue to support efforts to appeal the Spanish case to a higher court.
Abier Farhud, a victim of torture and abuse in a Syrian regime prison. She is among seven survivors who have filed a criminal complaint in Germany against secret service officials of Assad's government AFP
An insightful article by Michael G. Vickers, The Washington Post. Published July 23, 2017.
The Trump Administration should not give up on removing Assad from Syria
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus on March 11. (SANA/Associated Press)