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War crimes investigators and activists have amassed an “overwhelming volume” of testimonies, images and videos documenting atrocities committed by all sides during Syria’s war, a U.N. quasi-prosecutorial body said in its first report.

The team, led by former French judge Catherine Marchi-Uhel, said it is preparing case files and has engaged with war crimes investigative units from various states, including in Europe, whose courts can exercise universal jurisdiction to prosecute.

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