Un: Syria May Face Prosecution Over Massacre

AFPUN: Syria may face prosecution over massacreJerusalem PostBy REUTERS Navi Pillay calls for UNSC to refer Syria to International Criminal Court following Houla massacre, reports of torture. GENEVA - Syrian forces and pro-government militia accused of committing a massacre in Houla could face prosecution for ...Syrian regime militias execute en masse again, opposition saysCNNUN rights chief warns of full civil war in SyriaFox NewsPutin: will help find 'positive results' in SyriaHouston ChronicleNew York Times -Reuters Indiaall 325 news articles »

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