Donnerstag, 5. Mai 2016

Kapitel 10 - 'Schutzverantwortung‘ und das Doppelspiel

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Kontrollpunkt der syrischen Armee außerhalb von Jarmuk, der Siedlung der palästinensischen Flüchtlinge im Süden von Damaskus. Die Syrische Arabische Armee ist die Hauptmacht zum Schutz syrischer Zivilisten.

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