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UN chief to refer Syria to the war crimes court PDF Print E-mail
Written by Euronews   
Tuesday, 30 August 2011


Syrian troops are said to be still holding hundreds of people in a stadium in the city of Latakia after a prolonged assault on the port.

State run television showed locals cheering the troops but the UN is expected to refer the government's crackdown on pro-democracy protesters to the International Criminal Court.

Latakia holds significance for President Bashar-al Assad whose family and friends control its finances and whose father is buried in a village nearby.


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