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Syria: Property projects aborted or delayed

By: Kevin Brass Syria was viewed as a hot market for regional property and construction companies before the turmoil. Several companies from other Arab nations launched operations in the country, especially from UAE and Qatar, as the Syrian government moved … Continue reading

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Homs: Baba Amr Under Fire

Homs, Baba Amr, a major hotspot of the revolution under attack. Assad’s military tanks shell the civilian neighborhood. Neighboring regions to Baba Amr reported that their homes shook from the impact of the shelling.

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Jordan: Syria fires at family fleeing to Jordan

A government official says Syria has shot and wounded a Syrian woman as she and her family crossed a fence into neighboring Jordan. The official says Jordanian border patrols fired in the air to help the three-member family get away … Continue reading

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The Arabs Gang Up Against Syria: Stop the Killing Or Foreigners May Intervene

By: RANIA ABOUZEID The Arab League tightened the screws on beleaguered Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday, imposing economic sanctions on Damascus just weeks after suspending its membership in the 22-state body. The questions now are: what more can the … Continue reading

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Mass rally in Lebanon to denounce Syria, Hezbollah

Tens of thousands of supporters of the Western-backed opposition in Lebanon gathered in the Sunni bastion of Tripoli on Sunday to denounce the Syrian regime and its Shiite ally Hezbollah. The rally organised by the Future Movement, the main opposition … Continue reading

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Homs, Syria: Inside the City of Fear

By: James Harkin It’s an abrupt twist to a conversation as I settle into my seat on the bus from Damascus to Homs: an 18-year-old boy tells me in no uncertain terms to get off, to leave the bus. We’ve … Continue reading

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Analysis: Iran adopts “wait and see” policy on Syria’s crisis

By: Parisa Hafezi Iran, its crucial anti-Israel alliance with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad at risk from an uprising against his rule, has chosen a “wait and see” policy driven in part by concern not to alienate anyone who might succeed … Continue reading

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Arab League to vote on Syria sanctions draft

 By: Elizabeth A. Kennedy The Arab League is set to vote Sunday on sweeping sanctions against Syria, which could include halting cooperation with the nation’s central bank and stopping flights to the country. The 22-nation body will vote on the … Continue reading

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VIDEO: WARNING: GRAPHIC: Child killed in Homs, Bayada

The mother of Sari Soud cries and holds her dead son, a chrisitan child from Bayada Homs.

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Video: WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC: Fallen Hero in Homs

Martyr Khalid Haydar Al-Shatir Shot by Assad Forces #Syria

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