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The National Human Rights Commission appeals to the Military Prosecutor and the United Nations for investigation into the incident of 28 bodies dumped in the west and in Warshfana.

The National Human Rights Commission appeals to the Military Prosecutor and the United Nations for investigation into the incident of 28 bodies dumped in the west and in Warshfana.

 

On Saturday in a statement posted on its Facebook page, the committee called on the authorities concerned to hand over the bodies to their relatives so that they could bury them.

 

“The execution of prisoners of war and extrajudicial executions outside of the  judicial system is a complete war crime and a violation of international humanitarian law.”  

 

On Saturday, a medical source from the capital’s hospital, told ArraedLG that they had returned 17 bodies, from Al-Zahra Hospital to Asbiyeh Hospital, because there was not enough refrigerator space for the dead in the hospital. The bodies were found three days ago in Al-Qasarat area; as a result of the conflict in Warfshana.

 

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