Monthly Archives: January 2012

Video: A live boy is found under rubble in Bab Amro, Homs

A live baby boy is found under rubble in Bab Amro, a district of Homs. There is blood under his eye and his face and clothes are covered in white powder from the collapsed building.

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Syria army digs in after retaking Damascus suburbs

By: Martin Chulov Syrian forces remain heavily deployed in parts of Damascus that were controlled by rebel forces over the weekend after launching a counterattack to reinforce the increasingly vulnerable capital. Opposition groups, spearheaded by the irregular forces of the … Continue reading

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Video: “I was born in Syria” an English poem on the Syrian revolution

A poem discribing the suffering of the Syrian people under the Assad’s regime. It also explains why the Syrians decided to stand up and how Assad responded to them with unbelievable brutality. This poem also pleads with humans to stand … Continue reading

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Violence kills 29 across Syria: activists

NICOSIA — At least 21 civilians, six members of the security forces, and two deserters were killed in violence across Syria on Monday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. Near the capital, meanwhile, troops penetrated Rankus, 40 kilometres (25 … Continue reading

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Video: Syrian civilians fear taking their injured to hospital

In the second of a series of reports from inside Syria, FRANCE 24 journalists report on why civilians wounded in the crossfire are too terrified to go to hospital.

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Russia ‘Unlikely’ To Back Down On Syria

By: Amanda Walker The impending presidential election in Russia makes the country’s stance on Syria all the more important. Since Soviet times, the troubled Middle Eastern country has been one of Moscow’s strongest footholds in the region. It is a … Continue reading

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Clinton urges Security Council to act on Syria

WASHINGTON — US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Monday that the UN Security Council “must act” on Syria to end President Bashar al-Assad’s “violent and brutal attacks” against demonstrators. Amid Russian opposition to a tough resolution on Syria, Clinton … Continue reading

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‘Fighting rages’ in Damascus suburbs

Syria’s military has launched its toughest offensive yet to keep rebel forces out of the capital, activists say.

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Syria: Bashar al Assad and family ‘will be killed like Gaddafi’

By: Damien McElroy The Syrian President Bashar al Assad, his British wife Asma and their family will meet a bloody end ‘like Gaddafi’ as his regime falls from power, a leading member of the opposition movement has warned. Haitham Maleh, … Continue reading

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Free Syrian Army: Better tool for toppling Syria’s Assad than UN?

By: Nicholas Blanford, As Arab and European nations push for a new resolution at the UN Security Council tomorrow, the Free Syrian Army is emerging as an increasingly influential player. But it needs weapons, money. As hope for a diplomatic … Continue reading

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