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Syrian trials in Europe: “They give a distorted perception of the crimes perpetrated”
JUSTICEINFO.NET IN-DEPTH INTERVIEWS Uğur Üngör Professor at the NIOD Institute for war, holocaust and genocide studies in Amsterdam. Almost a decade after the revolution and…
Destroyed buildings in Homs, Syria
In France, the lengthy Syrian investigations
Investigations on crimes in Syria are multiplying in France. They now constitute the largest number of cases handled by judicial bodies dedicated to the prosecution…
Military parade in the presence of Bashar al-Assad
Austria: High-potential investigations on Syria crimes
Austria, a pioneer of extraterritorial jurisdiction that tried a Bosnian for genocide as early as 1994, still does not have an investigation unit dedicated to…
Syrian civilian riding his bike through the street near the remains of a car bomb explosion
Sweden on the frontline with Syria cases
From the first war crimes trial to the first conviction of a government soldier, Sweden has been a pioneer in Europe in the prosecution of…
Syria: Why Dutch prosecutors link terrorism and war crimes
On 18 June, Ahmad Al-Khedr will make his way from his cell to the high-security room of the Amsterdam court for the fifth time. The…
“For the first time, torture committed by the Assad regime will be discussed in a court”
The world’s first trial on state torture in Syria starts today, April 23, in Koblenz, Germany. The main accused, Colonel Anwar Raslan, is the first…