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Tweet BlenderVexedLevantine: The Syrian Revolution Daily is out! http://t.co/tncHzaBYqq ▸ Top stories today via @Afrahnasser @AnonymousSyria @shaamnews
2 days agoNuffSilence: FSA making fast progress in Hama countryside. Dozen villages liberated. Via @SyrianSmurf #Syria
2 days agoNuffSilence: Peace talks "@ABarnardNYT: Russia Sends More Advanced Missiles to Aid Assad in Syria by @EricSchmittNYT & M. Gordon http://t.co/WVEEd9tLkS"
2 days agoNuffSilence: Listening to @JMiller_EA discussing Syria here (from 5:50 on) http://t.co/2PtUEa3tMy #Syria
2 days agoInSyriaNow: The InSyriaNow Daily is out! http://t.co/f12EX63hET ▸ Top stories today via @RafifJ @Taurus667 @MayorKhairullah
2 days agobanbarkawi: Hi @RafifJ I'm looking for families inside Syria who could talk to us on BBC World Service about possible chemical weapon use?
2 days agoUgariti_Homsi: I always try to minimize use of graphic pictures from #Syria.I believe the blood of martyrs shouldn't be media materials to draw attention
2 days agoUgariti_Homsi: The regime shells any residential area if there is even 1 FSA soldier. The regime wants to destroy the popular base of the rebels. #Syria
2 days agoUgariti_Homsi: Assad's forces are bombarding areas in Deir Ez-Zor city. #Syria
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Daily Archives: November 23, 2011
OTTAWA—New Democrats want to know why Ottawa’s sanctions against Syria allow Canadian energy giant Suncor to continue operating a $1.2 billion production facility in that country in partnership with a Syrian government-owned company. Hélène Laverdière, the NDP foreign affairs critic, … Continue reading
Last night on Fox News, Rick Perry did a “Center Seat” interview with the Special Report panel, and became the first presidential candidate to endorse a no-fly zone in Syria. Byron York recounts the exchage: [Charles] Krauthammer asked: “Would you … Continue reading
BEIRUT — Syrian security carried out raids in rebellious areas in the center and the south of the country Wednesday, and at least six people died, raising the death toll in the past two days to 34, activists said, as … Continue reading
Two people have been injured, after gunmen opened fire on a convoy of Turkish buses in Syria. The attack happened as the group returned home from the holy Muslim pilgrimage of Hajj in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. A Turkish driver and … Continue reading
One hundred and twenty-two countries on the UN Human Rights Committee have voted in favour of a resolution condemning Syria’s crackdown on protesters.
The U.S. Embassy in Damascus issued a warning to its citizens Wednesday, urging its citizens to leave on the last remaining commercial flights from Syria. “The U.S. Embassy continues to urge U.S. citizens in Syria to depart immediately while commercial … Continue reading
The death toll from a new surge of violence in Syria has risen to at least 33 with six children and teenagers among the dead. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said in a statement received in Nicosia that 28 … Continue reading
Martyr Nimer Adham Rajjoub, killed and tortured by Assad security forces and armed gangs (Shabeeha) in Homs, Bab Dreib. Evidence of his torture is apparent on his face and body.
Diplomats and Jewish leaders applauded the United Nations General Assembly for its first-ever resolution Tuesday condemning the violent Syrian crackdown on protests, praising the fact that many Arab countries voted in favor of the resolution. The General Assembly resolution, which … Continue reading
NICOSIA: Syrian security forces cracking down on dissent killed 13 people, including five boys in the flashpoint central province of Homs, a rights group has said. Four boys — aged 10, 11, 13 and 15 — were “indiscriminately” gunned down … Continue reading