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UK undecided on recognising Syria opposition

British Foreign Secretary William Hague has indicated his country would decide within days whether to officially recognise the new Syrian opposition after “encouraging” talks with its leaders in London. Hague on Friday said he had pressed Ahmed Mouaz al-Khatib and … Continue reading

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William Hague ‘outraged’ as Syria shoots down Turkish fighter jet

Foreign Secretary William Hague today condemned Syria for shooting down of a Turkish fighter jet. Mr Hague said the “outrageous” act underlined the need for Bashar Assad’s regime to go. “I am gravely concerned by the Syrian regime’s action in … Continue reading

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Could Syria’s Assad face a war crimes trial?

World leaders start labeling the Syrian president’s lethal assault on his opponents a crime against humanity. But that doesn’t mean Assad is headed for the Hague With no end in sight for the bloodshed in Syria, world leaders have begun … Continue reading

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Hague: No plans to arm Syria rebels

Britain has no plans to arm Syrian rebels trying to overthrow President Bashar Assad, the Foreign Secretary has said. William Hague insisted the UK had no intention of getting involved in the conflict inside Syria, where Mr Assad’s opponents are … Continue reading

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