Tag Archives: United States

Iran accused at U.N. of shipping weapons to Syria

By: Michelle Nichols The United States and Britain accused Iran at the United Nations on Wednesday of shipping weapons to Syria that are being used by the Syrian government against their own people. U.S., British and French diplomats voiced alarm … Continue reading

Posted in Article & News | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Video: Ambassador Robert Ford Speaks to a Congregation in Anaheim

Ambassador Robert Ford, the U.S. Ambassador to Syria, speaks to a group of up to 800 local Syrian Americans in Anaheim, California.

Posted in Audio & Video | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Video: VOA Reports From Washington D.C. Rally For Syria

A report from VOA news discussing Obama’s Temporary Protection Status that is helping Syrians that are under student/work visas to stay in the United States instead of forcing nationals to return to Syria.

Posted in Audio & Video | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Poll finds American sympathy for Syrians, scant desire to intervene

By: Howard LaFranchi WASHINGTON, D.C. – Russia’s president-elect, Vladimir Putin, may believe that the United States has a “bellicose itch,” but Americans appear to be settling into a post-Iraq conflict fatigue in which foreign military intervention is viewed with disfavor. … Continue reading

Posted in Article & News | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Protest in Washington DC in honor of the Syrian Revolution’s First Anniversary

More than 1,200 Americans gathered outside the White House on Saturday to mark the one-year anniversary of the start of the uprising in Syria. The protesters — ranging in age from children to senior citizens — waved Syrian flags and … Continue reading

Posted in Audio & Video | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Preemptive contract sanctions: A new tool to squeeze Bashar al-Assad

By: Owen Barder and Kimberly Ann Elliott U.S. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron presented a unified front during Cameron’s recent visit to Washington, calling on their governments and allies to ratchet up pressure on the Bashar … Continue reading

Posted in Article & News | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Push to arm Syrian opposition continues

By: Peter Cave The push for military intervention in Syria, is increasing with several Arab nations speaking out in favour of arming the Syrian opposition forces. The latest comments come ahead of a key meeting to discuss how to end … Continue reading

Posted in Article & News | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Charlotte protesters denounce Syrian government

By: Cleve R. Wootson Jr. More than 100 protesters spent Sunday chanting slogans and holding Syrian flags in uptown Charlotte as they railed against the Syrian government, which has been accused of killing its own people, and international peacekeeping organizations … Continue reading

Posted in Article & News | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Why the U.S. should intervene in Syria

By: Jackson Diehl They are three distinguished senators, but their staffers call them the “three amigos” — because they travel abroad together a lot, because they often speak up together and because they not infrequently find themselves standing alone. This … Continue reading

Posted in Editorials | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Syrians risk lives for refuge in Turkey: Help smuggle families, supplies

By: Michael Gunn and Rose-Anne Clermont ORONTES RIVER, Syria — In snow-flecked forests separating Turkey and northern Syria, a band of some 50 Syrian rebels regroups in a makeshift hillside base, safe for the moment. With an escalating crackdown against … Continue reading

Posted in Article & News | Tagged , , | Leave a comment
Page 24 of 42« First...10...2223242526...3040...Last »