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2017-12-22 Solstice Rubbing Rice Balls in Mr. Su Beng's Home

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 December 2017 06:44 )  

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Supporters of Amnesty International and several other human rights groups hold a protest outside the Russian representative office in Taipei yesterday, calling on Russia to stop supplying arms to Syria.
Photo: Hsieh Wen-hua, Taipei Times

Human rights groups yesterday protested outside the Russian representative office in Taipei, condemning what they said was the Moscow-sponsored violence in Syria, while urging the Russian government to suspend arms sales to the Syrian government.

Since the uprising against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad broke out in March last year, more than 14,000 people have reportedly been killed. Many were civilians who died from government artillery and tank shellings, or were shot at close range. Despite the escalation of violence, Moscow continues to sell weapons to its ally in Damascus.