ABC News Online: Syrian rebels, jihadists guilty of 'chilling' war crimes: Amnesty International
Islamist rebels and jihadists in Syria are guilty of war crimes, Amnesty International has reported, accusing them of "a chilling wave of abductions, torture and summary killings".
The London-based rights group named five Syrian anti-regime factions operating in northern Syria: Al-Qaeda affiliate Al-Nusra Front, hardliner Ahrar al-Sham, Nureddin Zinki, the Levant Front and Division 16.
The groups have detained and tortured lawyers, journalists and children for criticising them, committing acts seen as immoral, or being minorities, the report said.
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