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Syrian authorities have officially confirmed their participation in the peace talks, "the Geneva-2" for the settlement of the internal Syrian conflict. Official Syrian delegation intends to give participants of the event "the
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Wednesday that a man believed to be a cousin of the Syrian Defense Minister was killed in the town of Jebrin, in Hama province, along with his wife and daughter.
The head of the Free Syrian Army, General Salim Idriss told the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera TV that forces loyal to him would not join a planned Geneva 2
Syria's main armed opposition group in exile said Tuesday it will not participate in a peace conference planned for January in Geneva and would pursue its fight to topple President Bashar al-Assad regardless. The commander
The Free Syrian Army will shun the planned Geneva peace conference and pursue its fight to topple President Bashar al-Assad regardless, the rebels' commander has said. The stance of the FSA's General Salim Idriss on Tuesday highlighted the difficulty
Even when describing how Syrian soldiers tortured and assaulted her, she remains tough and outspoken. Sitting in a quiet corner of a coffee shop in Antakya, she spoke unashamedly, with anger rather than fear while she smoked a chain of cigarettes...
The Free Syrian Army (FSA) announced Tuesday that it would not attend the Geneva II conference, stressing that it would keep fighting until the downfall of President Assad. However, the Damascus-based opposition group National Coordination Body (NCB)
On the heels of the diplomatic success of nuclear talks between the West and Iran, the United Nations announced a new round of talks to take place in January between Syria's government and rebel factions. But with the key rebel military group
Fifteen people were killed and more than 30 were wounded in a suicide bomb attack at a bus station in a suburb west of Damascus, state media said on Tuesday. State television said all fatalities were civilians but the Syrian Observatory for Human
The leader of the Western-backed rebel Free Syrian Army has said that forces aligned to him would not join the peace conference in Geneva in January. Gen Salim Idris, head of the FSA's Supreme Military Council, told al-Jazeera that they would