Why the ICC must probe Syria’s war

Middle East Eye - 2/6/2018

“Documenting the Syrian people’s suffering, even if the end result is not an incriminating verdict, is a way to recognise their victimhood and a necessary first step in healing their wounds. Such a move could also restore part of the lost credibility of the ICC, which has been accused of bias for mostly targeting African men. Beefing up the ICC’s moral stature is crucial for its prospects of survival over time” Jordi Quero, researcher at the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs.

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