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A rebel brigade in Aleppo admitted responsibility on Monday for the worst mass killings by Syrian opposition forces since the uprising began, even as the United Nations human rights chief accused them of "murder, extra-judicial execution and torture".
51 Navi Pillay, the United Nations human rights chief, has blamed both sides in the Syrian conflict of being guilty of what may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity, and called for the international community to take "protective action".
The Daily Star
Britain's foreign minister William Hague, right, arrives for the informal EU Foreign Affairs Ministers meeting in Kouklia outside of Paphos coastal city, southwest of the island of Cyprus, Friday, Aug. 7, 2012. British Foreign Secretary William Hague...
United Press International
Foreign ministry delegates from Egypt, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Iran convened in Cairo Monday to search out a way to end the Syrian crisis, an official said...Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi proposed the quartet meeting in an effort to find a way to...
Officials from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Iran will meet in Cairo on Monday to discuss the Syrian crisis, but analysts said the regional powers were unlikely to agree on any tangible steps. Iran is a staunch ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad,...