The U.N. Correspondents Association hosted a press conference by Human Rights Watch to release their new research on the use of barrel bombs in Syria, on Tuesday, February, 24th in the UNCA Meeting Room S-310.
Lama Fakih, Syria and Lebanon researcher at Human Rights Watch
Nadim Houry, Deputy Director of the Middle East and North Africa division at Human Rights Watch
Philippe Bolopion, United Nations Director at Human Rights Watch
This morning, before you skip that goodbye kiss to your kids, please consider all the missed kisses for the #sandyhook families. Time is precious.— Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuhle) December 14, 2018
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1. For anyone wondering how the "enduring defeat" of ISIS requires the United States to remain in Syria to fundamentally change Syrian politics and curtail Iranian influence, Amb. Jeffrey explains in his 29 November House testimony: https://t.co/mJCbKRk8Lj pic.twitter.com/I4Stk2SY8A— Sam Heller (@AbuJamajem) December 13, 2018