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Research and Markets: Future of Syria Oil Refinery Markets to 2020 – Outlook of Investments, Business Opportunities, Infrastructure, Petroleum Products, Supply-Demand and Competition

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Future of Syria Oil Refinery Markets to 2020- Outlook of Investments, Business Opportunities, Infrastructure, Petroleum Products, Supply- Demand and Competition” report to their offering. The Future of Syria Oil Refinery Markets … Continue reading

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Sources to Al Arabiya: 30 Hezbollah bodies arrive to Lebanon from Syria

Thirty bodies belonging to the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah arrived to Lebanon from Syria, Syrian opposition sources told Al Arabiya on Monday. The sources added that Al-Quds Brigade commander, whose known by his nickname, Abu Ajeeb, was also killed in … Continue reading

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Syria Has a Massive Rape Crisis

One day in the fall of 2012, Syrian government troops brought a young Free Syrian Army soldier’s fiancée, sisters, mother, and female neighbors to the Syrian prison in which he was being held. One by one, he said, they were … Continue reading

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Charities urge BBC to launch emergency appeal for victims of Syria’s war

Broadcasters including the BBC are under increasing pressure to allow an emergency appeal for victims of Syria’s civil war. The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), an umbrella fundraising body for Britain’s leading humanitarian organisations, has formally approached the BBC about airing … Continue reading

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Editorial: Will limited US aid to Syria rebels hasten the end of war, or prolong it?

Henry Kissinger allegedly said of the Iran-Iraq war that raged so bloodily in the 1980s that “it’s too bad they both can’t lose.” Though that’s far from the US position on the Syrian civil war, the tepid support the US … Continue reading

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Syria: amateur photographers capture life inside war torn Homs

A mosque ravaged by bombing, a hospital destroyed after months of fierce fighting and entire neighbourhoods reduced to rubble. These photos have been posted to this Facebook page called “Lense of a young Homsi”: administered by a group of young … Continue reading

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Missiles kill 141 in Syria, half of them children: Human Rights Watch

At least 141 people, half of them children, were killed when the Syrian military fired at least four missiles into the northern province of Aleppo last week, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday. The international rights group said the strikes hit … Continue reading

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Blatter sends condolences after Syria youth international is killed

The Fifa president has expressed his sadness at the death of Youssef Suleiman in a letter to the war-torn nation’s Football Association Sepp Blatter has expressed his deepest condolences after Syria youth international Youssef Suleiman was killed by a mortar … Continue reading

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Syria peace talks effort stalls

Fledgling efforts to promote peace talks in the Syrian conflict appear to have stalled, even as the death toll rises daily and the rebellion nears its second anniversary. The major exile opposition group, irate over what it calls a “shameful” … Continue reading

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Editorial: Syria demands a new policy

Typhoid and hepatitis outbreaks are spreading. At least 70,000 people are dead, and there are 850,000 refugees. After covering the battle for Damascus for a month, my colleague – photographer Goran Tomasevic – declared the situation a “bloody stalemate” this … Continue reading

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