Daily Archives: April 19, 2012

Military leaders say US will be ready if needed in Syria but insist diplomacy remains best option

WASHINGTON –  U.S. military leaders clearly expressed reluctance about using American might to stop the unending violence in Syria, insisting that diplomacy remains the best option to force President Bashar Assad to end the brutal crackdown on his own people. … Continue reading

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Video: A Report on the Damage done in Saraqib in Idlib

Two men in Saraqib, Idlib report on the damage done by Assad forces in the neighborhood. However, despite the bombing, attacking, and killing, the people of the city are still hopeful and are determined in toppling the Assad regime.

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Hillary Clinton hints at NATO role in Syria

Violence against civilians is continued in Syria. The international community seems to have failed to twist the arm of President Bashar al-Assad even after 13 months of the uprising in the country. According to the United Nations, more than 9,000 … Continue reading

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Video: Syrian protesters surround UN vehicles – Al Jazeera English Report

This video was posted on YouTube by Syrian activists on April 18, it shows anti-government protesters in a Damascus suburb surrounding UN observers during their mission to monitor a fragile ceasefire in the country. A crowd of people chanting: “May … Continue reading

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UN, Syria Agree to New Framework for Peace Plan

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has called for tough U.N. sanctions to be imposed on Syria if it fails to implement a U.N.-backed peace plan aimed at resolving the country’s year-long uprising. Clinton made the call Thursday at a … Continue reading

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Video: Children of Syria & their Childhood

 

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World powers warn of tough action if UN Syria plan fails

PARIS — A coalition of Western and Middle East powers warned on Thursday that they would seek tougher international action if Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian regime continues to flout a shaky UN peace plan. Senior officials, including US Secretary of State … Continue reading

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UK pledges £4m in extra aid to support Syrian refugees

By: Mark Tran Britain has announced a further $6.4m (£4m) in humanitarian aid for Syrian refugees as the French president Nicolas Sarkozy repeated calls for safe corridors to enable relief groups to reach 1 million civilians caught up in the … Continue reading

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Turkey to Probe Syria-Bound Ship Carrying Explosives, Aksam Says

By: Emre Peker Turkish authorities today will search a Syria-bound ship that’s carrying explosives, Aksam reported. The German-owned vessel changed course and docked at Turkey’s southern port of Iskenderun after coming within 80 kilometers (50 miles) of the Syrian port … Continue reading

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Syrian uprising takes toll on scientific community

By: Zeki Al-Droubi CAIRO – The civil unrest that erupted in Syria in March last year has left the country’s scientific community in turmoil, researchers say. Heavy cuts have been made to research budgets, and work at the majority of … Continue reading

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