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Tweet BlenderVexedLevantine: The Syrian Revolution Daily is out! http://t.co/tncHzaBYqq ▸ Top stories today via @Afrahnasser @AnonymousSyria @shaamnews
2 days agoNuffSilence: FSA making fast progress in Hama countryside. Dozen villages liberated. Via @SyrianSmurf #Syria
2 days agoNuffSilence: Peace talks "@ABarnardNYT: Russia Sends More Advanced Missiles to Aid Assad in Syria by @EricSchmittNYT & M. Gordon http://t.co/WVEEd9tLkS"
2 days agoNuffSilence: Listening to @JMiller_EA discussing Syria here (from 5:50 on) http://t.co/2PtUEa3tMy #Syria
2 days agoInSyriaNow: The InSyriaNow Daily is out! http://t.co/f12EX63hET ▸ Top stories today via @RafifJ @Taurus667 @MayorKhairullah
2 days agobanbarkawi: Hi @RafifJ I'm looking for families inside Syria who could talk to us on BBC World Service about possible chemical weapon use?
2 days agoUgariti_Homsi: I always try to minimize use of graphic pictures from #Syria.I believe the blood of martyrs shouldn't be media materials to draw attention
2 days agoUgariti_Homsi: The regime shells any residential area if there is even 1 FSA soldier. The regime wants to destroy the popular base of the rebels. #Syria
2 days agoUgariti_Homsi: Assad's forces are bombarding areas in Deir Ez-Zor city. #Syria
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Daily Archives: May 10, 2012
The White House condemned Thursday’s suicide car bombings in Damascus, which it said were not representative of the opposition to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, arguing they showed the need to end the country’s upheaval. “Attacks like these that result in … Continue reading
April 2012: UNICEF correspondent Simon Ingram reports on the plight of Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Syria’s foreign ministry said a twin bombing in the capital Damascus on Thursday was a sign the country is facing foreign-backed terrorism, as the Arab League said the attack that killed 55 people in Damascus is intended to undercut a … Continue reading
Syria said Thursday’s suicide attacks that killed at least 55 people and wounded hundreds was the work of “terrorists” armed and funded by foreign organisations and media. The foreign ministry made the accusation in a letter to UN Secretary General … Continue reading
By: John Hudson Following two explosions that ripped the face off a Syrian intelligence building comes a brazen allegation: That Syrian security forces carried out the attacks themselves. The explosion in Damascus Thursday killed up to 55 people and, according … Continue reading
Fifty-five were killed and nearly 400 others were wounded in two successive powerful explosions that shook the Syrian capital early on Thursday, Syria’s interior ministry said, as both the government and the opposition traded blames over the cause of the … Continue reading
By: Mariam Karouny ARIHA, Syria – The Syrian army checkpoints around the northern town of Ariha are in such a dangerous spot that even food for the soldiers is brought in by tank. The soldiers at one position outside Ariha … Continue reading
AMMAN, Jordan — A U.S. State Department official responsible for refugees says Washington has allocated $40 million to assist relief organizations aiding victims of the Syrian crisis. Anne Richard, Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration, says the … Continue reading
BEIRUT, Lebanon – The Free Syrian Army’s [FSA] “Al-Mutasim Billah Regiment” announced yesterday in the city of Daraa that it had captured an officer and six soldiers after “storming the base of the Mechanized 132nd Brigade of the 5th Corps. … Continue reading