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Tweet BlenderNuffSilence: Who said Russia Today is not a bunch of Putin propagandists motherfuckers? http://t.co/V1xIniy8ET #Syria
5 hours agoNuffSilence: Vicious circle:Assad will only step down if he felt solid western push to oust him,& that push won't come until pol solution is exhausted.
5 hours agoNuffSilence: Khatib is irrelevant, and will remain irrelevant, if his initiative is not supported by the international community. #Syria
5 hours agoNuffSilence: From Istanbul meeting "@hashemahel: The opposition to go to Geneva with its new initiative as the sole basis for a political settlement"
6 hours agoNuffSilence: Regime won't accept a single line of Khatib initiative. It should be MADE to accept it. This is where international community should step in
7 hours agoNuffSilence: Easy to mock Mouaz Khatib initiative. But let it be known this is the best regime will get. There will be no concessions on a single point.
7 hours agoNuffSilence: When you call it "crisis", I"m less inclined to listen to your "proposal" to solve it. #Syria
8 hours agoNuffSilence: Allegedly, these are 125 Assad soldiers who defected in Aleppo recently http://t.co/7SAXOogiUo #Syria
8 hours agoarkmaii: #disinformazione #Siria "@Ugariti_Homsi: This is #Syria.. blood, destruction and hope! Via @hibasarraj http://t.co/axJwY3IuY5"
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Daily Archives: January 13, 2012
By: Peter Goodspeed Vogue magazine famously called her a “rose in the desert,” and with her designer labels — Chanel sunglasses and Christian Louboutin heels — Asma al-Assad has been touted both as Syria’s Princess Diana and the Marie Antoinette … Continue reading
The National Post’s graphics team takes a closer look at who has been killed in the Syrian regime’s crackdown on protesters.
By: Khaled Yacoub Oweis Unrest in Syria cost at least 15 lives on Friday and troops backed by tanks attacked Zabadani, a town near the border with Lebanon, an opposition leader said, in the first big military assault since Arab … Continue reading
By: Dominic Evans The main opposition Syrian National Council and the rebel Free Syrian Army have agreed to reorganize the loosely-structured units fighting under the FSA umbrella against President Bashar al-Assad’s security forces, a council statement said Friday. As part … Continue reading
On his first visit to Saudi Arabia as Prime Minister, Mr Cameron said the world would unite to stop the closure of the Strait of Hormuz oil shipment route and warned that Russia should take a tougher stance against Syria. … Continue reading
By: Elizabeth Palmer Five thousand people have died since government forces began attacking protesters last march. The dictator Bashar al-Assad promised to end the violence. And the Arab League sent in monitors to hold him to his word. But so … Continue reading
By: Ipek Yezdani A brigadier general in charge of intelligence defected to Turkey from the Syrian military two weeks ago and held a secret meeting with the leaders of the Syrian National Council in Hatay on Jan. 11, the Hürriyet … Continue reading
On his first visit to Saudi Arabia as Prime Minister, Mr Cameron says that the world would unite to stop the closure of Strait of Hormuz oil shipment route and warned that Russia should take a tougher stance against Syria. … Continue reading
By: Campbell Clark The Canadian government is winding down the clock on an extraordinary campaign to convince citizens to leave Syria, dropping any assurance the embassy in Damascus will stay open after Saturday. In an unprecedented month-long campaign that was … Continue reading