A former member of the Syrian intelligence services was sentenced Wednesday by German justice to 4.5 years in prison for complicity in crimes against humanity in the context of the first trial in the world linked to the abuses attributed to the regime of Bashar al-Assad .

The Koblenz Regional High Court found Syrian Eyad al-Gharib, 44, guilty of participating in the arrest in September or October 2011 of at least 30 demonstrators in Douma, and their transfer to a detention center intelligence services.


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