The fight to prosecute Syrian war criminals | With Joumana Seif

The New Statesman’s Europe Correspondent Ido Vock interviews the Syrian human rights activist Joumana Seif about the recent conviction in Germany of the former Syrian colonel, Anwar Raslan, of crimes against humanity.


They discuss whether the Syrians who suffered under Bashar al-Assad’s regime will see this as justice, and whether other European countries could follow Germany’s lead in prosecuting international crimes.


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Syrians in exile are fighting to hold Bashar al-Assad’s regime to account on an international stage.

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