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Hague vows to step up support for Syrian rebels

Mr. Hague said Russia in particular would regret its actions, which he said would be harmful to its long-term goals in the region. “We will all be doing more outside the Security Council and intensify our work to support the … Continue reading

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William Hague: No Impunity for Syria Criminals

William Hague has said there can be “no impunity” for people committing human rights abuses in Syria, as he visited a refugee camp for people who have escaped the conflict. The foreign secretary said following orders did not “absolve” officials … Continue reading

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William Hague: Action on Syria Possible Without Support of Russia and China

By: Rosa Prince In a live Twitter chat with members of the public, Mr Hague admitted that the peace mission led by Kofi Annan, the former United Nations Secretary General, had “failed so far.” And while he still wanted the … Continue reading

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We Condemn Assad’s Crime… While Giving His Main Dealer a Warm Welcome

By: Alex MacDonald In two weeks the arms fair Farnborough is coming to the UK with its official welcome reception to be held in the Natural History Museum. Masquerading as an airshow, the fair will bring together 37 buyer countries … Continue reading

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British PM says Putin no longer backs Syria’s Assad

By: Luke Baker and Dominic Evans LOS CABOS, Mexico – Britain’s prime minister said on Tuesday Russian President Vladimir Putin has made it clear at the G20 summit in Mexico he wants President Bashar al-Assad out of power in Syria, but Putin indicated … Continue reading

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UK: Use of force in Syria can’t be ruled out

LONDON — Britain’s foreign secretary says the U.K. won’t rule out the use of an international military intervention in Syria to end the violence there. Hague told lawmakers on Monday that Britain was focused on diplomatic efforts, but would “not … Continue reading

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Syria Resembles Bosnian Conflict In 1990s, U.K.’S Hague Says

By: Glen Carey The conflict in Syria has started to resemble the sectarian war in Bosnia as the country edges toward collapse, Britain’s Foreign Secretary William Hague said. “It is looking more like Bosnia in the 1990s, being on the … Continue reading

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William Hague compares Syria to Bosnia in 1990s

Mr Hague said it was now up to Russia to use its leverage with President Bashar al-Assad’s regime to bring an end to the brutal violence in Syria. He told Dermot Murnaghan on Sky News the continued political and trade isolation … Continue reading

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UK minister: Can’t rule out intervention in Syria

LONDON – British Foreign Secretary William Hague said Sunday that he couldn’t rule out a military intervention in Syria, saying the situation there was beginning to resemble the violence that gripped Bosnia in the 1990s. Hague told Sky News television … Continue reading

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William Hague compares Syria to Bosnia in 1990s

The situation in Syria resembles Bosnia in the 1990s, Foreign Secretary William Hague said on Sunday as he warned time was running out to stop the killings in the country. Mr Hague said it was now up to Russia to … Continue reading

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