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Tweet BlenderVexedLevantine: The Syrian Revolution Daily is out! http://t.co/tncHzaBYqq ▸ Top stories today via @Afrahnasser @AnonymousSyria @shaamnews
3 days agoNuffSilence: FSA making fast progress in Hama countryside. Dozen villages liberated. Via @SyrianSmurf #Syria
3 days agoNuffSilence: Peace talks "@ABarnardNYT: Russia Sends More Advanced Missiles to Aid Assad in Syria by @EricSchmittNYT & M. Gordon http://t.co/WVEEd9tLkS"
3 days agoNuffSilence: Listening to @JMiller_EA discussing Syria here (from 5:50 on) http://t.co/2PtUEa3tMy #Syria
3 days agoInSyriaNow: The InSyriaNow Daily is out! http://t.co/f12EX63hET ▸ Top stories today via @RafifJ @Taurus667 @MayorKhairullah
3 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?
3 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
3 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
3 days agoUgariti_Homsi: Assad's forces are bombarding areas in Deir Ez-Zor city. #Syria
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Daily Archives: May 22, 2012
Syria’s president is quickly spending through his cash reserves as sanctions choke off many sources of funding, but the regime is getting help from Iran in bolstering finances, CNN has learned. In Jordan, the government is accepting the reality that … Continue reading
The federal government will try to use video conferencing technology to process the visa applications of hundreds of Iraqi refugees destined for Canada who are now stranded in Syria. The refugees, about 700 of whom are destined to come to … Continue reading
By: Joseph Puder In the midst of the current revolutionary chaos in Syria, there is a clear voice of reason that seeks to create a free Syria that is democratic, Western-oriented and federal in structure. That voice belongs to Sherkoh … Continue reading
By: Portia Walker and Oren Dorell IDLIB, Syria – In a cave hewed into the craggy rock of the north Syrian countryside, a dozen men sit planning the future of the Syrian insurgency. A mix of army deserters and volunteers, … Continue reading
By: Amanda Paul While the death toll in Syria continues to rise and with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad continuing to sit reasonably comfortably in his presidential palace, the international community has continued to say there is no option other than … Continue reading
BIREH, Lebanon – Syria’s war has barreled over the border with an angry, raucous funeral for an anti-Syrian cleric whose killing set off a night of deadly street battles in Beirut and raised fears that Lebanon is getting drawn into … Continue reading
In the Middle East thousands of U.S. and allied forces are training for a nightmare scenario– the region exploding in a full-fledged war. CNN’s Barbara Starr got exclusive access to their mission in Jordan.
A prominent Palestinian writer who was jailed in Syria for nearly three weeks described the facilities as “human slaughterhouses,” saying security agents beat detainees with batons, crammed them into stinking cells and tied them to beds at night. Salameh Kaileh, … Continue reading
The international community is not doing enough to help resolve the Syrian crisis, Turkish President Abdullah Gul said Tuesday as he urged an orderly transition to democracy. “The international community as whole has so far performed poorly in providing an … Continue reading
Covert US operations are among the measures that could help to halt the bloodshed in Syria, according to the former US peace envoy to the Middle East. George Mitchell, who stepped down from the role a year ago, said there … Continue reading