Cameron: It's time for regime in Syria to be changed and United Nations should move forward
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Cameron: It's time for regime in Syria to be changed and United Nations should move forward

Kabul : Afghanistan | Jul 19, 2012 at 4:54 AM PDT
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Russia's position on Syria remains 'unchanged'

Kabul : Thursday, July 19, 2012 British Prime Minister David Cameron today, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down power and the regime should be changed in Damascus in order to avoid the outbreak of civil war. Cameron said to reporters in Kabul during a visit to Afghanistan "I have a very clear message to President Assad is that it is time to leave and that the time has come for a transition in this system ... If it does not move, it is clear that civil war will break out. He addressed two messages to Russian President Vladimir Putin ... and UN Security Council is that it is time for the Security Council to recognize sanctions under Chapter VII of the United Nations without any ambiguity in it"

In the same context,, Sources in the Syrian opposition said on Thursday that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is in the port city of Latakia and manages operations to respond to the assassination of three senior security leaders at the hands of the Syrian free army .

They said Assad, who has not appeared in public since the bombing, which occurred on Wednesday, killing his brother in law and two of the top military manages the governmental process.

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, said 214 people were killed including 124 civilians and 62 soldiers and 28 fighters opponent in the battles and acts of repression in all parts of Syria, in addition to the deaths of Defense Minister Dawoud Rajha , his deputy, Assef Shawkat, and Hassan Turkmani in a huge attack in the Damascus .

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British Ambassador to the U.N. and current U.N. Security Council President Grant leaves after reading a "Presidential statement" on Syria at a U.N. Security Council meeting in New York
British Ambassador to the U.N. and current U.N. Security Council President Grant leaves after reading a "Presidential statement" on Syria at a U.N. Security Council meeting in New York
Fury60 is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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