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Tweet BlenderSmiffysmate: “@Ugariti_Homsi: 40 regime soldiers killed in #Idlib today. #Syria”
5 hours agoRafifJ: Rape & sexualized torture in #Syria at Nat'l Women's Council, Parnell Square, #Dublin at 7:00 pm. Thx to Irish-Syria Solidarity Campaign.
8 hours agoUgariti_Homsi: This is #Syria.. blood, destruction and hope! Via @hibasarraj http://t.co/F3tdLY3bjk
9 hours agofatheadrhino: "Here, wee regime, take $ that we should bd spending on schools" -- Kerry@NuffSilence: Kerry is having a press conference somewhere? #Syria”
9 hours agoNuffSilence: FSA in Daraa train on handling weapons while kids watch nonchalantly... https://t.co/W1L1kcBbQD #Syria
9 hours agoUgariti_Homsi: 2 children were killed as a result of the shelling by the regime forces targeting Kfranbel town in #Idlib. #Syria
9 hours agoUgariti_Homsi: Many civilians wounded as a result of the shelling by the regime forces targeting Talbeseh town in #Homs. #Syria
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Tag Archives: Anderson Cooper
CNN’s Anderson Cooper reports on the ongoing struggle in Syria from a refugee camp along the Turkish border.
Christiane Amanpour and Fouad Ajami, on what the world can do to help the people in Syria, and whether America will ultimately take the lead. Source: CNN
By: Xeni Jardin Jillian York and Trevor Timm, writing for the EFF, explore the possibility that the Syrian government used satellite phone surveillance to pinpoint the locations of journalist Marie Colvin of the Sunday Times of London and French photographer … Continue reading
Syria’s ambassador to the UN says there’s no armed conflict in his country. Arwa Damon reports on AC360 a very different story. She says, “This is a government slaughtering its own people.”
Anderson Cooper talks to a Syrian activist and Syrian Ambassador to U.N. about the ongoing violence in Homs, Syria.
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