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Tweet BlenderAPHClarkson: Jordanian cops not covering themselves in glory MT @NuffSilence: Clashes in Jordan. Assadists got beaten up real bad http://t.co/FkaRBIMDmP
4 hours agoUgariti_Homsi: The people of #Homs hosted the pro-Hezbollah Lebanese during the war with Israel in 2006. Now they're killing us. #Syria
4 hours agoNuffSilence: Clashes between supporters of revo & supporters of Assad in Jordan. Assadists got beaten up real bad, which is good http://t.co/XQ2CtOJB30
4 hours agoNuffSilence: Activists in town of Al-Bab established a modest rehabilitation center for drug addicts http://t.co/dDHfmOY2qe #Aleppo #Syria
5 hours agoNuffSilence: Speaking of US-Russia partnership on Syria: it's pretty clear Russia couldn't dream of better partner than Obama for what it wants in Syria
5 hours agoNuffSilence: What's left of Mennigh airport? Do those holed up inside not realize the buildings are going to cave in on them? http://t.co/fiHREMUxhQ
5 hours agoNuffSilence: Armed opposition fighters from Manbij (Aleppo ) heading to reinforce #Qusair. http://t.co/gZPVXp0FIq I hope they find a way in. #Syria
5 hours agomailforlen: tom news from arab revolt list http://t.co/bbuQXXkLIA - top stories by SultanAlQassemi, Ibishblog, AnonymousSyria
8 hours agoVexedLevantine: The Syrian Revolution Daily is out! http://t.co/tncHzaBYqq ▸ Top stories today via @AnonymousSyria @AmalHanano @KareemLailah
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Daily Archives: November 27, 2011
Witness states 35-40 people a day are killed by security forces in Syria and approximately half are in the city of Homs.
Abdulhakim Belhadj, head of the Tripoli Military Council and the former leader of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, “met with Free Syrian Army leaders in Istanbul and on the border with Turkey,” said a military official working with Mr Belhadj. … Continue reading
Arab states have landed a hefty blow on Syria’s crisis-hit economy by stopping deals with its central bank and halting investment, but unease among Syria’s neighbors about the impact of sanctions on their own economies may weaken the impact. At … Continue reading
BEIRUT, Lebanon — The Arab League approved tough economic sanctions against Syria on Sunday to press it to end its violent crackdown against antigovernment protesters, an unprecedented step against an Arab country. The sanctions — including a travel ban against … Continue reading
A year ago, investing in Syria seemed like a good idea. The country had low exposure to the struggling global economy, was opening up to foreign investment and was freeing up its private sector as the president Bashar Assad’s Baath … Continue reading
Protesters in Homs stage a night time demonstration in the Bab al Drib neighborhood. They sing: “This is Syria; these are her revolutionaries”
By: Kevin Brass Syria was viewed as a hot market for regional property and construction companies before the turmoil. Several companies from other Arab nations launched operations in the country, especially from UAE and Qatar, as the Syrian government moved … Continue reading
This video reportedly shows government forces destroying and looting a shop in Khaldieh, Homs today.
Homs, Baba Amr, a major hotspot of the revolution under attack. Assad’s military tanks shell the civilian neighborhood. Neighboring regions to Baba Amr reported that their homes shook from the impact of the shelling.
By: Ian Black Syria is facing stiff sanctions imposed by the Arab League after President Bashar al-Assad refused to allow observers into the country to monitor violence that claimed dozens more lives at the weekend. Arab foreign ministers meeting in … Continue reading