Photos show horror of Syrian civil war

  • Article by: Editorial Board , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 22, 2014 - 6:27 PM

Presented as evidence of torture, they show what's at stake at conference.

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comment229Jan. 23, 14 5:15 AM

I have no idea what to think... all of a sudden photos of war are a story? You need to show these photos, and photos from Afghanistan and Iraq to Bush, Cheney, and every single politician who voted to go to war and all the people who are going to start waving the flag at me in just a few seconds and screaming "freedom isn't free." Tell you what? I will stop commenting, when the USA replaces the "all volunteer army" with the draft again, so we all have some skin in the game. Betcha these two wars and future entry into religious civil wars will be as popular as a "conflict" we got involved in during the 60's and 70's.

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davehougJan. 23, 1412:05 PM

Documentation like this from inside the killing machine of the Syrian government can easily be ignored......just be silent and be complicit :(

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akornJan. 24, 14 1:35 PM

How do photos of the victims of torture show that it was Assad's forces behind it? How do we know it wasn't the opposition who committed these atrocities, then tried to pin it on Assad?

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