Interpol reinstates Assad’s Syria: controversial decision

The Syrian regime is making its full return to the famous international police cooperation organization to the chagrin of opponents and human rights activists.

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PGradually, the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad, although still officially considered criminal by many countries including the United States and all human rights organizations, is regaining its place within the International community. This is evidenced by the information, which went almost unnoticed a few days ago, of its reintegration into the information exchange system ofInterpol, the famous international police cooperation organization. Damascus was suspended in 2012 when international sanctions were added in reaction to the crimes committed by the regime against its people.

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