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Breaking News: Squatters invade Syrian forests
   
Posted by: TheDamascusBureau

Damascus :: Syria | updated 2013-09-11 09:16:43 -0700 | green-news

“He who steals from a thief is as legitimate as he who inherits from his father,” said Abu Rashid, a 55- year-old farmer, after he cleared around 2000 square meters of Kfar Nabl mountain’s state-owned forestland and surrounded the area...
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Source: Newyork Times

London :: United Kingdom | updated 2012-06-08 06:19:20 -0700 | political-news

ISN'T it interesting that the Arab awakening began in Tunisia with a fruit vendor who was harassed by police for not having a permit to sell food just at the moment when world food prices hit record highs? And that...
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Source: NOW Lebanon

Aleppo :: Syria | updated 2012-05-20 14:49:44 -0700 | technology-news

An American archaeologist has used satellite images and a computer program to uncover thousands of ancient human settlements in Syria, according to a research study published Monday. Software developed jointly by Harvard University professor Jason Ur and Massachusetts Institute of...
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Source: Epoch Times

Nicosia :: Cyprus | updated 2012-03-11 20:48:52 -0700 | political-news

January 11, 2012 The Mediterranean port of Limassol with a cargo ship in the background, on Jan. 11, 2012. According to the Cyprus Foreign Ministry, the ship had not intended to stop at the Cyprus port of Limassol, but bad...
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Source: Macleans

Aleppo :: Syria | updated 2012-11-01 20:44:10 -0700 | disasters-news

Ambassador Susan Rice said her country's concerns were confirmed in the report delivered by the International Atomic Energy Agency Thursday to a closed Security Council meeting. Syria has refused to co-operate with an investigation of its alleged secret nuclear activities....
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Source: NOW Lebanon

Aleppo :: Syria | updated 2011-07-31 12:11:50 -0700 | political-news

A remote desert site in Syria that was bombed by Israeli planes in September 2007 was "very likely" a nuclear reactor, the UN atomic watchdog said Tuesday. "Based on all the information available to the agency and its technical evaluation...
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Posted by: ZeeshanBashir

Bāniyās :: Syria | updated 2012-02-19 06:15:14 -0800 | green-news

Troops and tanks are reported to have swept into the Syrian city of Baniyas, a centre of anti-government protests. They entered in three places and descended on the Sunni districts of the coastal city, human rights activists told news agencies....
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Breaking News: UN nuclear agency says for first time that Syria tried to build nuclear reactor
   
Source: Macleans

Aleppo :: Syria | updated 2011-06-29 03:55:35 -0700 | political-news

The head of the U.N. nuclear agency has said for the first time that Syria tried to secretly build a nuclear reactor. Yukiya Amano says that the target destroyed by Israeli warplanes five years ago "was a reactor under construction."...
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Source: Newyork Times

Kampala :: Uganda | updated 2011-06-19 20:35:42 -0700 | political-news

Fighting the Fungi That Threaten Wheat Jim Mone/Associated Press Published: April 18, 2011 Fungi that attack wheat are growing as a threat to the hungry inhabitants of poor countries. At a conference this week in Aleppo, Syria, scientists will be...
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Breaking News: 'Syria suspected of hiding uranium conversion reactor'
   
Source: Jerusalem Post

Damascus :: Syria | updated 2011-04-24 14:40:35 -0700 | political-news

Syria suspected of hiding uranium conversion reactor' 02/24/2011 09:36 Uranium facility revealed near Marj as Sultan, close to Damascus, reports 'Sueddeutsche Zeitung'; reactor may be related to al Kibar project bombed by Israel in September 2007. Syria is suspected of...
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Source: Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles

Aleppo :: Syria | updated 2011-02-27 13:22:11 -0800 | business-news

The cable, which has not yet been published, was reported by the Israeli newspaper Yediot Acharonot before its official publication on the website. The document sent was sent on April 25, 2008, by Rice, then secretary of state. It read,...
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Source: BBC

Damascus :: Syria | updated 2011-02-12 21:38:58 -0800 | travel-news

Middle East countries hit by storms Egypt's largest port, Alexandria, is one of many closed by the storms Fierce winds and heavy rain and snow have lashed eastern Mediterranean and Middle Eastern countries for a second successive day. The storms...
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Source: Washington Post

Aleppo :: Syria | updated 2014-07-03 10:53:12 -0700 | green-news

A hotter, drier Middle East climate could threaten stability Username July 3 at 1:18 PM Syrian refugees collect water at the Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, last month. (Muhammad Hamed/Reuters) In...
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Source: BBC

Damascus :: Syria | updated 2014-07-15 08:36:44 -0700 | green-news

Syrian chemicals heading for Cheshire after UK arrival The chemical consignment is being checked by experts The UK has taken delivery of more than 200 tonnes of toxic chemicals from Syria. The consignment arrived at Southampton and is being checked...
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Source: The Guardian

Aleppo :: Syria | updated 2014-07-16 23:11:01 -0700 | green-news

An International Red Cross plane drops emergency food supplies in Leer, South Sudan, July, 2014. Photograph: Nichole Sobecki/AFP/Getty Images That was 27% more than in 2012 which had no major new disasters or emergencies making 2013 the most expensive year...
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