Daily Archives: May 19, 2012

Iran, Syria on agenda for G-8 and NATO

US President Barack Obama and leaders of other major industrial powers stepped outside discussions of European economic woes and Afghanistan that will dominate a long weekend of summitry for a look Friday at options to solidify world resolve against development … Continue reading

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Car bomb strikes near Syria military complex

A car bomb has exploded in the eastern Syrian city of Deir az-Zor, killing nine people and wounding 100 others, according to state-run media. The blast reportedly struck a parking lot for a military intelligence complex on Saturday. State TV … Continue reading

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Jordan’s Syrian refugee dilemma

Daraa in Syria, where the uprising against President Bashar al Assad first erupted, is a short distance from the border with Jordan. Every day between 100 to 400 Syrians enter Jordan illegally. On arrival in Jordan only a few of … Continue reading

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FSA denies Lebanese buffer-zone reports

By: Paula Astatih BEIRUT, Lebanon – Senior sources within the Free Syrian Army [FSA] denied claims made by Syrian Permanent Representative to the United Nations [UN] Bashar al-Jaafari that FSA commander Colonel Riad al-Asaad had “recently arrived in Lebanon to … Continue reading

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Video: Syrians pummeled on streets of Aleppo

U.N. monitors were trapped in their vehicles after fights broke out at a protest at Aleppo University. Deborah Gembara reports. Source: Reuters

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Iran, Syria among top for G-8 and NATO

By: Anne Gearan CAMP DAVID, United States — President Barack Obama and leaders of other major industrial powers grappled Friday with options to solidify world resolve against development of an Iranian nuclear bomb and encourage a more forceful response to … Continue reading

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Syrian suicide blast kills nine, wounds 100

DAMASCUS, Syria — A suicide bomber detonated an explosives-laden car outside security headquarters in Syria’s biggest eastern city on Saturday, killing nine people and wounding 100, state media said. The attack, the first of its kind in Deir Ezzor city … Continue reading

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British officers could be deployed to Syria to increase pressure on Assad regime

By James Kirkup As unrest continued to spread in Syria, the Prime Minister last night told fellow world leaders that more must to done to stop Bashar al-Assad oppressing his own people. Britain is prepared to contribute officers to an … Continue reading

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