Qatar flays use of Scud missiles in Syria

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Qatar flays use of Scud missiles in Syria

QATAR has stressed its support for the people of nations that experienced the Arab Spring and their legitimate demands and aspirations. Speaking at the 22nd session of the Human Rights Council, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs HE Dr Khalid bin Mohammad al Attiyah pointed towards the suffering of the Syrian people. He added that the actions of the Syrian regime including the use of Scud missiles which caused enormous destruction in Aleppo, internationally banned weapons against unarmed civilians, are flagrant violations of humanitarian values and laws.

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