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Stop the Atrocity Supply Chain

Resources Blueprint: How to Stop Doing Business with Russia’s Arm Exporter Report: The Enablers of the Syrian Conflict: How Targeting Third Parties Can Slow the Atrocities in Syria Infographic: Syria in Crisis Syria in Crisis: A Timeline Factsheet: Syria Sanctions Factsheet: Syria By The Numbers Briefing Paper : Disrupting the Supply Chain for Mass Atrocities

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Resources & How They Are Used Military Equipment Russia’s state arms dealer Rosoboronexport provides the Assad regime mortar shells and explosives, infantry vehicles, ammunition, sniper rifles, assault rifles, weapons maintenance, and other arms to carry out indiscriminate attacks on civilians, and other atrocities. Additional Information Maritime Shipments: A large number of cargo vessels have docked

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Introduction The Syrian crisis is a human rights catastrophe. Today, over 100,000 Syrians have been killed — mostly civilians, including children. And the number is mounting with no end in sight. Mass atrocities are complex, organized crimes. The Assad regime requires the assistance of “enablers” – governments, commercial entities, and individuals that provide resources, goods,

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Recommendations for the US Government Congress should pass legislation targeting the enablers of Syrian atrocities, which for instance could require federal contractors to certify that they’re not in business with Assad’s enabler and mandate the Treasury Secretary to prohibit enabling foreign financial institutions from doing business with American financial institutions. The State Department should publicly

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Stop the Atrocity Supply Chain

Recommendations for the US Government Congress should pass legislation targeting the enablers of Syrian atrocities, which for instance could require federal contractors to certify that they’re not in business with Assad’s enabler and mandate the Treasury Secretary to prohibit enabling foreign financial institutions from doing business with American financial institutions. The State Department should publicly

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Stop the Atrocity Supply Chain

Recommendations for the US Government Congress should pass legislation targeting the enablers of Syrian atrocities, which for instance could require federal contractors to certify that they’re not in business with Assad’s enabler and mandate the Treasury Secretary to prohibit enabling foreign financial institutions from doing business with American financial institutions. The State Department should publicly

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Stop the Atrocity Supply Chain

Recommendations for the US Government Congress should pass legislation targeting the enablers of Syrian atrocities, which for instance could require federal contractors to certify that they’re not in business with Assad’s enabler and mandate the Treasury Secretary to prohibit enabling foreign financial institutions from doing business with American financial institutions. The State Department should publicly

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Stop the Atrocity Supply Chain

Other Actors Listed in alphabetical order. Area Spa (Italy) Internet Surveillance System The Italian company was constructing a $17.9 million internet surveillance system in Syria while the atrocities were ongoing. The system would allow the regime to intercept, search, and catalog every email sent inside the country. It would also allow the regime to inspect

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Stop the Atrocity Supply Chain

About Us About Human Rights First Human Rights First is an independent advocacy and action organization that challenges America to live up to its ideals. We believe American leadership is essential in the struggle for human rights so we press the U.S. government and private companies to respect human rights and the rule of law.

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