‘Clichés and fakes’: Russia’s response to concerns about its attacks in Syria fails to convince
Comments made by Russian officials rejecting the findings of Amnesty International’s recent briefing on Russian attacks in Syria have failed to substantively address evidence they violated the laws of war, the organization said today. Instead they have used sweeping statements to issue blanket denials of evidence and false accusations of bias.
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