The UN’s Human Rights Council has called on the United States and its allies to cease airstrikes in Syria.
In a unanimous resolution, the council’s 15-member human rights council said the US was committing “war crimes” and the “international community must take decisive measures to protect civilians” and to “stop the violence in Syria”.
The Syrian conflict began as peaceful protests against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad in 2011.
Since then, the country has seen a brutal crackdown by government forces against protesters, and now has a war that has killed more than 100,000 people.
More:The UN has repeatedly condemned the “horrific” and “unprecedent-shocking” attacks on civilians and urged the US to stop them.
“The UN Human Rights Committee is concerned about the targeting of civilians, particularly women and children, and its continuing violations of international humanitarian law,” said a statement.
“Unprecedented attacks on civilian populations are inhumane and degrading to human dignity.”
The council’s statement came after a report released on Wednesday by the UN Humanitarian Coordinator, which included evidence of attacks on women, children and elderly people.
It said the Syrian government had used “large-scale and indiscriminate” air raids and the use of chemical weapons.
The attack on the UN compound in Damascus last month was the deadliest in the war since the US launched its air campaign in September 2015.”UNHRC condemns all attacks on UN premises, including the attack on UN Headquarters,” the council said.
“We urge all parties to the conflict to respect the rights of civilians and to respect international humanitarian rules and obligations.”
It urged the government to allow aid agencies to deliver relief and other assistance to Syrian civilians, and to end attacks on medical facilities.US President Donald Trump has said the attacks against civilians are “war crime” and vowed to “take care of” them.
The US has accused Russia of supplying rebels with chemical weapons, and said it will use all diplomatic and economic tools to end the crisis.
Russia has denied any such allegations.
The UN says it has received reports of the use and use of toxic gas and other weapons in the rebel-held areas of eastern Syria.
You have an Android device with an Android version 4.1 or newer.
This is your phone.
You can use the Sonali exchange app to send SMS and IM messages, but you can also exchange text messages and calls using your computer.
To get started, open the app on your Android device.
Click the menu button on the bottom left corner.
Scroll to “Services.”
Tap “Sonali Exchange.”
You will see the Sonalis exchange app in the bottom-right corner of your screen.
Tap the “Connect” button to start the exchange.
At this point, you will see a message on your phone saying, “Your account has been set up to send messages, and your phone has been assigned a new number.”
You can confirm the settings and choose to start sending messages.
To send a text message, you need to select a number, select the message you want to send, then tap the “Send” button.
When the text message is sent, you can see an incoming call on your screen, and it will say, “Sent.”
When the message is received, you may have to wait for a few seconds for the call to go through.
You may also have to click on the “Receive” button if you want the call picked up.
To receive a call, you have to open the phone’s screen and tap the button on your right side to select “Call.”
To listen to a call on a phone, you just have to select the “Audio” option in the “Call List” section.
To see all available calls, you must select “Add” and then tap “All.”
Once you have finished using the Sonals exchange app, you should be able to send and receive text messages, calls and voice calls from the Android phone you are using.
To learn more about how to use the apps, visit www.sonali.com.