Daily Archives: March 11, 2012

Annan leaves Syria with no clear progress

United Nations-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan has ended talks with President Bashar al-Assad and left Syria with little sign of progress on halting the country’s growing political bloodshed. “I am optimistic for several reasons,” Annan said in Damascus today. “The … Continue reading

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Video: Message from Syrian children: Childhood will never forgive you

 

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Syria’s non-violent activists were the first to be targeted

By: Amal Hanano Lately, there has been a debate among Syrians about when the revolution began. Did it start with the “Days of Rage” Facebook page? Or the February 17 protest in Al Hariqa neighbourhood of Damascus? The March 15 … Continue reading

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Video: Children of Syria

Together we can END the atrocities they are undergoing; Raise the awareness; Spread the word of their situation; and do what we can to be there for them.

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Iraqi Sunni tribal sheikh admits sending men to fight against Bashar al-Assad in Syria

By: Richard Spencer He was asked to explain the rebellion against President Bashar al-Assad. “We want freedom and democracy, but they started killing us,” he told the man. “I am going to be a leader of the revolution. Our tribe … Continue reading

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Syrians flee Assad’s helicopter gunships

By: Nick Meo The smuggler’s radio crackled into life as shadowy figures emerged from a thicket on the Syrian side of the river, faintly illuminated by a full moon whose light barely penetrated the cloud and drizzle. The men were … Continue reading

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Photos: Fierce fighting in Idlib, Syria

 

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Editorial: Obama is also a problem

By: Tariq Al-Homayed The blame for the situation in Syria does not lie with Russia alone; one of the biggest problems is also the Obama administration, which has squandered a golden opportunity to get rid of a significant obstacle to … Continue reading

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Int’l effort to end Syria crisis stalls

BEIRUT – An international push to end Syria’s conflict stalled Sunday as U.N. envoy Kofi Annan left Damascus without a cease-fire and President Bashar Assad’s forces pounded opposition areas and clashed with rebels throughout the country. Western and Arab powers … Continue reading

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Syrian soldiers accused of ‘extreme brutality’ by activist

A Syrian activist has told the BBC of extreme brutality against men, women and children in Syria. She said the international community must now intervene. Nadia (not her real name), from Damascus, told the BBC: “Death is near, and that’s … Continue reading

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