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Deaths mounting in Syria

 Four young men were burned to death in Hama province Wednesday when regime forces set fire to a house, an opposition group said. They are among dozens killed Wednesday in the bloody conflict, now a year and a half old. … Continue reading

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Russia says it is not ‘clinging’ to Assad as death toll mounts in Syria clashes, shelling

Russia insisted on Saturday it was not “clinging” to any individual leaders in Syria despite Moscow’s refusal to back international calls on President Bashar al-Assad to step down, as clashes resumed in Syria’s main cities of Damascus and Aleppo, leaving … Continue reading

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Syria’s Shocking Civilian Death Toll

By: Azmat Khan August was the deadliest month since the Syrian rebellion began a year-and a-half ago — and more deadly for civilians than the bloodiest months in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, as well as the recent uprisings in … Continue reading

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Syrian shelling kills 20 in south Damascus -residents

Syrian army mortar and artillery bombardment of an area of southern Damascus where Palestinian refugees live killed at least 20 people on Thursday, residents and local emergency workers said. Yarmouk camp and the districts surrounding it have seen the most … Continue reading

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Syria army destroys houses in “collective punishment”

By: Khaled Yacoub Oweis AMMAN – Syrian army bulldozers razed houses in western Damascus on Monday, pursuing what activists called the first campaign of collective punishment targeting people’s property in areas of the capital hostile to President Bashar al-Assad. In … Continue reading

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Syrian death toll tops 19,000, say activists

An activist group claims that more than 2,750 people have been killed in Syria so far this month, bringing the death toll since the conflict began to more than 19,000. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said if the current … Continue reading

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Syrian opposition group: Death toll tops 17,000

BEIRUT, Lebanon — An opposition group that documents human rights violations in Syria says more than 17,000 people have been killed since the uprising against President Bashar Assad began in March 2011. The violence has grown increasingly chaotic in recent months, and it is … Continue reading

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Syrian Martyrs: Popular Uprising & Collective Punishment

By: @SarabNY According to SyrianShuhada.com, one of the key initiatives dedicated to documenting and verifying the human cost of the Syrian revolution, 18,408 have been martyred as of July 1, 2012 since the uprising began in March 2011. In the … Continue reading

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LCC: Death Toll Rises to 131

The number of martyrs in Syria risen to 131 thus far. 31 martyrs were reported in Deir Ezzor, 26 in Damascus Suburbs including 13 defected soldiers who were martyred in a massacre committed by the regime’s forces last night in … Continue reading

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LCC: Death Toll Rises to 109

The total number of martyrs has risen to 109 martyrs including women, children, defected soldiers, victims of an explosion, and martyrs who died under torture and they were regionally distributed as follows: 36 martyrs in Idlib, 19 in Deir Ezzor, … Continue reading

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