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Head of UN mission in Syria ‘pessimistic’

The head of the UN ceasefire monitoring mission in Syria has given a bleak assessment of the task his team faces. Major-General Robert Mood has called on all sides to step up efforts to negotiate a peaceful solution to the … Continue reading

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Video: Activist: There are no Jihadis in Syria

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Syria fighting kills 32, Saudis say peace plan unravelling

By: Khaled Yacoub Oweis AMMAN – Fighting in Syria killed at least 32 people on Monday, activists said, and Saudi Arabia said stubborn violence was shredding the credibility of a U.N.-Arab League peace plan stipulating a truce and dialogue between … Continue reading

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Syria peace plan faltering -Saudi foreign minister

RIYADH – Confidence in the peace plan for Syria brokered by international mediator Kofi Annan is diminishing due to continued violence in the country, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said on Monday. “The violence is still continuing, the bloodshed … Continue reading

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Editorial: Divided They Stand: An overview of Syria’s political opposition factions

By: Aron Lund The uprising which erupted in Syria in March last year has become the most protracted and destabilizing of all the revolutions now sweeping the Arab world. The Baath Party-led government of President Bashar al-Assad has been severely … Continue reading

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Annan destroys Syria

The Annan plan for Syria has turned out to have serious inherent deficiencies. Firstly, the plan itself is not assertive enough to tackle the problems, given the size of the crisis in Syria. Against the severity of the political turmoil … Continue reading

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Editorial: Did Syria Destroy Its Own Intelligence Agency?

By: John Hudson Following two explosions that ripped the face off a Syrian intelligence building comes a brazen allegation: That Syrian security forces carried out the attacks themselves. The explosion in Damascus Thursday killed up to 55 people and, according … Continue reading

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Thousands defy gunfire in Syria to stage street protest, a day after Damascus bombings

Tens of thousands of protesters defied regime gunfire and took to the streets of Damascus, a day after twin bombings killed dozens of people in the city, a monitoring group said. Troops shot and wounded five protesters in the capital … Continue reading

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Editorial: Third factor in Syria

There is no respite to violence in Syria. The serial bomb blasts that devastated a military intelligence building killing at least 60 people is the latest in an unending list of mayhem and terror. The point that the blasts were … Continue reading

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Syria opposition: Assad trying to destroy UN peace

A Syrian opposition leader said Friday that President Bashar Assad’s regime is trying to destroy a U.N.-brokered peace plan for the country. The accusations came as security forces fanned out following twin suicide car bombings that killed 55 people in … Continue reading

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