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France will try to win approval from the United Nations Security Council to refer Syria to the International Criminal Court in The Hague with a resolution designed to navigate American sensitivities, according to media reports.The reports said the draft relies on a narrow definition of the conflict, specifying it as one pitting the Damascus government and allied militias against the armed opposition, to avoid involving Israel, which occupies Syria's Golan Heights.The reports said the French resolution exempts officials and personnel from countries that have not ratified the Rome Statute, except for Syria.
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