A torn portrait of Syrian President Bashar Assad on the floor of a building in Raqqa in 2013

A torn portrait of Syrian President Bashar Assad on the floor of a building in Raqqa in 2013

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Operation White Milk How Austrian Intelligence Hid a Suspected Syrian War Criminal from the Law

Khalid al-Halabi is thought to have been responsible for the torturing of Syrian opposition activists. Despite efforts to bring him to justice, he has been living in freedom in Austria for years – protected by the country's intelligence agency.
Aus: DER SPIEGEL 37/2021
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Former Syrian brigadier general Khalid al-Halabi in Budapest

Former Syrian brigadier general Khalid al-Halabi in Budapest

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Bill Wiley, who hunts down war criminals, in the file storage room of CIJA, the organization he founded.

Bill Wiley, who hunts down war criminals, in the file storage room of CIJA, the organization he founded.

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The torture device known as the "flying carpet" in the state security building in Raqqa.

The torture device known as the "flying carpet" in the state security building in Raqqa.

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Files in a former government building in Raqqa

Files in a former government building in Raqqa

Foto: Bryan Denton