Daily Archives: May 11, 2012

Syrian Revolution General Commission – Daily Report 10 May 2012 – Hama

Syrian Revolution General Commission | Hama Revolutionists Command Council | Complete Daily Report | Thursday, May 10, 2012: || Statistics || —————– Number of arrests : 3 Number of people killed : 4 Number of protests : 14 Number of … Continue reading

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Image: Sign in Kafranbel – “The Lord of the Thrones”

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Aleppo Explosion Marks Second Day Of Violence In Syria

An explosion that rocked the city of Aleppo on Friday marks the second day of violence in a country on the edge of collapse. Syria has seen a rise in violence in the last year, especially since U.N. mediator Kofi … Continue reading

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Video: Protests and violence in Syria

Protests and violence erupts in Syria amid reports of an explosion in Aleppo. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.

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More deadly explosions raise fears of insurgency in Syria

BEIRUT – An explosion hit Syria’s northern city of Aleppo Friday, just hours after state TV said the army had foiled a would-be suicide attack in the city, raising fears the country is drifting toward an Iraq-style insurgency. Elsewhere across … Continue reading

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Syria, why a Scandinavian general?

By:Abdulateef Al-Mulhim We have seen atrocities in Syria even Hollywood movie producers would not show in a horror movie. When a country starts sinking in the sand of political and social unrest, it is the people of the country who … Continue reading

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Editorial: Did Syria Destroy Its Own Intelligence Agency?

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

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Thousands defy gunfire in Syria to stage street protest, a day after Damascus bombings

Tens of thousands of protesters defied regime gunfire and took to the streets of Damascus, a day after twin bombings killed dozens of people in the city, a monitoring group said. Troops shot and wounded five protesters in the capital … Continue reading

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Syria refuses to submit torture report to UN

Syria’s authorities have refused to submit a report on torture in the country to a United Nations committee scheduled to discuss the situation there next week, its secretary said on Friday. The Committee Against Torture monitors the implementation of the … Continue reading

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‘Powerful explosion’ rocks Syrian city of Aleppo

“Initial details indicate that the Aleppo blast was targeting the local branch of the ruling Baath party and there is no information until now on the number of victims that fell in the explosion,” said British-based Syrian Observatory for Human … Continue reading

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