Jun 25, 2015

Joint statement on the use of barrel bombs by Syrian (...)

In the wake of one of the deadliest months for Syrian civilians due to the use of barrel bombs by Syrian governmental forces, FIDH and its partner organisation in Syria, Violations Documentation Center (VDC), urge the Security Council to take decisive action to ensure that the Syrian government immediately end this practice and that those responsible be held accountable.

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