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10 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
12 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
12 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.
13 hours agoHuda_fs: "@Ugariti_Homsi: Nasrallah is "fighting" Israel in #Homs. #Syria"
14 hours agoUgariti_Homsi: Another desperate try by Nastallah to justify involving his party in the fight in #Syria. #Qusair
15 hours agoUgariti_Homsi: As Nasrallah speaks, the FSA is kicking his forces' butt. #Qusair #Syria
15 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 15, 2011
By: Lee Berthiaume The estimated 5,000 Canadians still inside Syria are being urged to get out now as violence within the country continues to escalate and Arab League sanctions limit the number of commercial flights available. Visas for the spouses … Continue reading
Ali Babacan said that the target of Turkey’s sanctions was the Syrian regime, not the daily life of Syrian people. Turkey’s deputy prime minister said on Wednesday that Turkey’s exports to Syria might be affected a bit by sanctions on … Continue reading
By David Schenker Syria’s leader is fast losing allies, who seem to know the regime’s end is near. Barbara Walters’ interview with Bashar Assad last week evoked a glib and confident Syrian president. But eight months into the popular uprising, … Continue reading
Researcher Anna Neistat and an army defector talk about the Syrian military’s attacks on civilians, which HRW believes constitute crimes against humanity.
WARSAW: A leading Syrian human rights activist on Thursday urged the international community to cut diplomatic ties with Damascus and up pressure on Russia to stop blocking UN action against the regime there. “So far 5,000 people have been killed … Continue reading
REPORTING FROM BEIRUT –- Syrian military commanders and officials in the country’s intelligence agencies gave orders to use lethal force against unarmed protesters and to beat and torture detainees in the crackdown against a 9-month-old uprising, according to a new … Continue reading
By: Mounir Abdulnasser Contrary to President Bashar Assad’s insistence to The Wall Street Journal that Syria “[has] more difficult circumstances than most of the Arab countries but in spite of that Syria is stable” and his comment that the regime … Continue reading
OTTAWA — Canada became the first Western nation to order an evacuation of its nationals from Syria Thursday, urging some 5,000 people to leave the violence-wracked Middle East nation. Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird urged Canadians in Syria to leave … Continue reading