The human rights group, Human Rights Watch, criticized the United States and other countries for not applying “real pressure” to the President Bashar Assad of Syria.

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Kenneth Roth, executive director of the organization, said that trying to build peace should not come at the expense of ignoring atrocities.

In a 667 page report commissioned by the Qatari government and released by HRW, the international reaction to Syria is contrasted with other human rights crises like the Central African Republic, South Sudan and Congo, where the international community took quick action to protect the UN doctrine to prevent genocide. The report also contains photographic evidence of torture and executions by the Assad regime.


Source: AP