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8 hours agoNuffSilence: Aleppo is suffering a liquor crisis. No import. Poorly made moonshine. 100s suffered alcohol poisoning in 2 days. 10 of them died. #Syria
10 hours agoNuffSilence: Very good initiative: a training course for medics on first aid and treating "war injuries" in the town of Atareb http://t.co/eD1bFowa2e
11 hours agoNuffSilence: Please. Nasrallah's is not a speech that you take seriously and analyze strategically. Nasrallah's is a speech that you mock and laugh it.
12 hours agoHuda_fs: "@Ugariti_Homsi: Nasrallah is "fighting" Israel in #Homs. #Syria"
13 hours agoUgariti_Homsi: Another desperate try by Nastallah to justify involving his party in the fight in #Syria. #Qusair
13 hours agoUgariti_Homsi: As Nasrallah speaks, the FSA is kicking his forces' butt. #Qusair #Syria
13 hours agoNuffSilence: However, his story & the gruesome way in which he was tortured and killed came out today two years ago. RIP hero. #Syria
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Daily Archives: December 8, 2011
Amateur video out of Syria shows a funeral service in Homs. The video, which could not be independently verified by Reuters, shows mourners chanting. More footage shows another funeral service in northwestern Syria. The funeral comes as the International Red … Continue reading
By: Joby Warrick and Liz Sly The International Committee of the Red Cross has suspended efforts to monitor treatment of detainees inside Syria because of difficulties working with the regime, ending one of the few independent efforts to investigate allegations of … Continue reading
By ARYN BAKER World leaders are often obliged to walk a thin line between national interest and the projection of a state’s moral values. The Arab Spring effectively put an end to the West’s balancing act as Europe and the … Continue reading
A short report by CNN on the history of violence in Syria with a focus on the 2011 uprising.
BEIRUT (AP) — Dozens of bodies were dumped in the streets of a Syrian city at the heart of the country’s nearly 9-month-old uprising, a grim sign that sectarian bloodshed is escalating as the country descends further toward civil war. … Continue reading
The Arab League sought Iraq’s help on Thursday in persuading Syria to allow observers on its soil as part of efforts to end unrest, as activists called for a civil disobedience campaign against the regime. A defiant President Bashar al-Assad … Continue reading
People in the neighborhood of Barzah in Damascus rally on December 8, 2011 against the Assad regime in Syria.
Nightline 12/07/11 Full Episode of “Nightline” Special Edition: ”Barbara Walters in Syria: Assad Speaks” Exclusive: Syrian President Assad denies giving orders to kill.
A major Syrian pipeline carrying oil to a refinery in restive Homs province was blown up Thursday in an attack the state-run news agency blamed on “saboteurs” as activists reported fresh violence from the government crackdown on a popular uprising. … Continue reading
By: Stephanie Saldaña SEVEN years ago, I stood in the chapel of a monastery in the Syrian desert and stared up at a wall of frescoes from the 13th century. Nearby, a burly man in a gray habit was explaining … Continue reading