It's thought the UN's human rights chief might push for Syria to face the International Criminal Court for its lethal crackdown on protesters. Over 1800 people are believed to have been killed across the country since the government moved to quell the uprising that started in March. President Assad claims his military operation has now stopped. Even so, the presence of troops is apparently not always seen as a bad sign, as Maria Finoshina reports.
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