Syrian refugees ask Norway police to investigate war crimes

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Torture survivors file dossier of evidence against 17 high-ranking Syrian officials Syrian refugees in Norway have joined a pan-European drive for justice over torture, extra-judicial killings and other abuse, making a landmark request for Norwegian police to investigate atrocities committed during Syria’s long civil war. Five torture survivors filed statements on what they endured and witnessed
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