Daily Archives: December 17, 2011

Arab League gives Syria until Wednesday to accept observers

BEIRUT — The Arab League has given Syria until Wednesday to allow observers into the country or else it will likely turn to the U.N. Security Council for action to try to end the deadly violence against opponents of the … Continue reading

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Video: Protesters helping defected soldiers shot by Al-Assad’s thugs in Daraa city in Syria

Protesters and freedom seekers are helping defected soldiers shot by Al-Assad’s thugs in Daraa city in Syria 26.09.2011

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Video: Deir Azzor, Syria. University Students Protest on campus in the faculty of Arts. 17/12/2011

A university students’ demonstration in the faculty of Arts in Deir Azzor, calls for the execution of Bashar Al-Assad. 17/12/2011    

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As-Swayqa: Damascus: Strike on the 7th Day of Dignity Strike

The Dignity Strike continues in Syria. On Saturday December 17th, the seventh day of the strike, most shops are closed in As-Swayqa, Damascus.

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Arab League Council to reconvene on Syria Dec. 21

The Arab ministerial committee on Syria concluded its meeting here Saturday after adopting a final statement that lashed out at the Syrian government for continuing to evade signing the protocol on the deployment of Arab monitors in the country. The … Continue reading

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Syria forces kill 21 civilians: rights group

NICOSIA — Syrian forces killed at least 21 civilians including two children on Saturday as they pressed on with a crackdown on dissent across the country, a rights group said. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said six civilians … Continue reading

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Syria refugees flood Lebanon

Beirut – More than 4 500 Syrians fleeing a brutal crackdown on a revolt against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad have found shelter in neighbouring Lebanon, with hundreds crossing the border in the last two weeks, the UN said … Continue reading

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Syria: 34 bodies dumped in public square in Homs

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which has chronicled deaths on both sides during the nine month-long uprising, said a witness had seen the bodies of 34 people dumped in a public square in the restive city of Homs. It said the … Continue reading

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Video: Syrian protesters demand Arab League action

Anti-government protesters in Syria are expressing frustration that the Arab league isn’t taking more action against the government of President Bashar al-Assad. Thousands protested across the country on Friday, urging the League to stop extending its deadline for Damascus to … Continue reading

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Slideshow: Syrian Cartoonist Not Silenced by Attack

By: Carol Hills When Barbara Walters interviewed Syrian president Bashar al-Assad last week, she mentioned some gruesome examples of how his regime was suppressing its opponents. One was the case of Syrian political cartoonist, Ali Ferzat, who was found beaten … Continue reading

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