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Tweet BlenderNuffSilence: Who said Russia Today is not a bunch of Putin propagandists motherfuckers? http://t.co/V1xIniy8ET #Syria
9 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.
9 hours agoNuffSilence: Khatib is irrelevant, and will remain irrelevant, if his initiative is not supported by the international community. #Syria
9 hours agoNuffSilence: From Istanbul meeting "@hashemahel: The opposition to go to Geneva with its new initiative as the sole basis for a political settlement"
10 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
10 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.
10 hours agoNuffSilence: When you call it "crisis", I"m less inclined to listen to your "proposal" to solve it. #Syria
11 hours agoNuffSilence: Allegedly, these are 125 Assad soldiers who defected in Aleppo recently http://t.co/7SAXOogiUo #Syria
11 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 17, 2012
By: Ayman Mohyeldin Inside Syria Day 1 DAMASCUS — To say that Damascus suffers from a cult of personality is an understatement. Arriving in Damascus airport, there is no mistaking who runs Syria: “Doctor Bashar al-Assad.” In the short walk … Continue reading
Syria is ready to let Arab monitors extend their mission beyond this week, an Arab League source said, but U.S. President Barack Obama said he was looking to increase international pressure on Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad to step aside. Damascus … Continue reading
Syrian troops fighting rebels in the town of Zabadani near Lebanon agreed on Tuesday to a ceasefire under which the army would withdraw and insurgents would leave the streets, a senior opposition leader in contact with residents said. “Tank bombardments … Continue reading
By: Stephen Collinson WASHINGTON — US President Barack Obama on Tuesday decried continued and “unacceptable” levels of violence in Syria and pledged to redouble international efforts to force President Bashar al-Assad to step down. Obama also thanked King Abdullah II … Continue reading
Amateur video out of Syria shows bloodshed on the streets as Arab League monitors continue their mission. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
By: Simon Cameron-Moore A Syrian tribal leader apologized on Tuesday for backing President Bashar al-Assad on state television, saying a gun was being pointed at his head while he made the broadcast last year. Sheikh Nawaf al-Bashir, who has since … Continue reading
Istanbul – Syrian dissident and tribal chief Nawaf al-Bashir warned Tuesday that the struggle against President Bashar al-Assad’s regime will be radicalised if the UN Security Council fails to act. “We want an immediate end to this terror orchestrated for … Continue reading
By: Lynn Herrmann Damascus – Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime continues attacks on its citizens, with security forces killing seven more people on Sunday, bringing the death toll in the country since the uprising began last March to at least, … Continue reading
By: Steve Gutterman MOSCOW – Russia signalled on Tuesday it would not make major concessions over its draft Security Council resolution to end bloodshed in Syria, sticking by its key ally in the Middle East. Moscow and Western members of … Continue reading
By: Nada Bakri BEIRUT, Lebanon — Violence surged Tuesday in Syria as activists reported at least 30 people killed, including four soldiers who had defected, in several towns and cities across the country. In the northern province of Idlib, near … Continue reading