The stacks of 265 identical brown cardboard boxes on metal shelves look innocuous. But they are in a locked vault monitored by security cameras in a secret location in a European city and their contents are chilling.
Inside are 1m pages of documents, including top secret intelligence briefings, detailing its systematic torture and murder of opponents. Most bear the embossed hawk of the Syrian regime, and some carry the signature of President Bashar al-Assad himself.
It is the biggest and most incriminating cache of documents ever collected from a war still in progress.
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