He says the situation is getting worse "by the hour" as the government continues to blame "armed criminals" for the unrest, while protesters say it's security forces that are attacking them. ... Thousands have gathered for three separate mass
Thousands of Syrians have attended the funerals for protesters killed in the central city of Homs, chanting slogans demanding the overthrow of Bashar al-Assad, the country's president. Rights activists say security forces killed at ...
At least twenty people were killed and one hundred were injured in the last hours in the riot near the Syrian city of Homs, where the funerals were held today for victims of past protests, according to the Qatari Al-Jazeera network. The television
All the coffins were draped with Syrian flags, he added. He said there was no sign of security forces in Douma, adding that mourning tents for receiving condolences were set up in the city later. President Bashar Assad, facing the ...
Clashes between security forces and protesters left at least five dead and dozens injured on the holiday, meant to celebrate the removal of the last French troops from Syria in 1946. Rights groups estimate that more than ... Live fire also rang
The worst of the violence on Sunday appeared to be in Homs and the nearby town of Talbesa. Razan Zeitouneh, an activist with the Syrian Human Rights Information Link, said as many as 20 people might have died in Homs. Security forces opened fire on