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Violence against civilians is continued in Syria. The international community seems to have failed to twist the arm of President Bashar al-Assad even after 13 months of the uprising in the country. According to the United Nations, more than 9,
Human rights activists working in Syria said on Sunday that as many as five innocent civilians were shot dead by the security forces loyal to the regime. Violence against civilians continues even after the much-touted cease-fire was implemented
President Barack Obama has ramped up U.S. aid, including communications equipment and medical supplies, to Syria's opposition in hopes of accelerating the downfall of President Bashar Assad, officials said Friday. The president signed off on the $12
Once again, Syria has defied the commitment to withdraw security forces from population centers by April 10 in order to restore peace and normalcy in the country. Syrian government pledged to withdraw the troops in ten days and the same
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has expressed deep concerns over escalating violence in Syria. The secretary general, in a recent statement, said it seemed that dictator Bashar al-Assad was using April 10 deadline for pulling
Iran's 2009 Green Revolution flopped and the flower revolutions in Eastern Europe wilted. Egypt is now suffering under the yoke of a military regime seeking to entrench itself. Toppling a dictator is only the first step in establishing a free society.
Peace still remains elusive to Syrians, as the security forces loyal to the regime are busy in crushing rebels and trying to staunch the uprising against the rule of Bashar al-Assad. Clashes between the security forces and rebels were reported
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Foreign ministers from 60 countries including US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Sunday attended a conference in Turkey to devise a viable strategy to resolve the Syrian crisis. The conference was held under the title of "
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