Human rights experts tell Al-Jumhuriya the recent OPCW report on Assad’s chemical attacks could form crucial evidence in future war crimes trials—if there were ever enough international political will to hold any.
Syrian medical sources tell Al-Jumhuriya of an organized effort by Russian and Assad regime intelligence to threaten witnesses of chemical weapons attacks into silence.
The French president has talked a tough game on Syria lately, especially as regards the regime’s chemical weapons crimes. But these words, much like those of his American counterpart, are ultimately so much hot air, argues James Snell.
In a final death knell for the once-great magazine, Newsweek has stooped in recent days to printing crackpot conspiracy theories about chemical weapons in Syria.
Why do reputable Western publications keep giving Iran’s foreign minister free rein to spew toxic falsehoods?