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NATO condemns Syria over downed Turkish plane

By Justyna Pawlak and Sebastian Moffett BRUSSELS, Belgium – NATO allies on Tuesday condemned Syria’s shooting down of a Turkish military plane as unacceptable but they stopped short of threatening any military response that might drag them into a conflict with Syria’s … Continue reading

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France denounces Syria’s latest demands as ‘unacceptable’

PARIS, France – France denounced as “unacceptable” a Syrian demand for guarantees from armed rebels before it would pull back its troops from protest hubs, in a strongly worded foreign ministry statement Sunday. “France forcefully condemns the continuing massacres perpetrated … Continue reading

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More protests, attacks in Syria after UN condemnation

By: Khaled Yacoub Oweis and Erika Solomon Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces, disregarding U.N. condemnation of their violent suppression of a nationwide revolt, renewed a bombardment of the opposition stronghold of Homs and attacks on rebels in Deraa on Friday. Demonstrations … Continue reading

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U.N. Syrian resolution: Which countries voted no?

By: Melissa Bell As Syrian President Bashar al-Assad continues a bloody crackdown on protesters, the United Nations voted overwhelmingly for a resolution condemning the Syrian government and supporting a plan calling for Assad’s removal from power. Of the 193-member world … Continue reading

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