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Syrian city of Aleppo From Ivan Watson and Shiyar Sayed Mohamad , CNN updated 9:27 PM EDT, Sun July 29, 2012 Are you in Syria? Share your stories, videos and photos with the world on CNN iReport. Northern Syria (CNN) -- They packed one on top of
Staff writer Daisuke Miura didn't really take to being called "Hama no Bancho" initially. The phrase roughly translates into "Boss of Yokohama," which is all well and good except that bancho is usually used for the leader of a street gang or similar
The villagers in Tremseh spent the first hours of the attack in darkness, listening to a massive artillery bombardment, then emerged after dawn to find the streets littered with corpses, The Daily Telegraph was told. "It began at 4.30am when the
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov meets Syrian National Council representatives in the Russian foreign ministry in Moscow, on July 11, 2012. Around 150 people have been killed in the Syrian village of Treimsa in what the opposition said Friday
At least 200 Syrians, mostly civilians, were massacred in the village of Treimsa in the Hama region as Syrian regime forces had attacked the village by helicopter gunships and tanks on Thursday, opposition activists told Reuters news.
Today 12 / 7 / 2012 a new Syrian Massacre done by what is used to call Syrian army and forces that is with assad regime more than 250 were killed at least. According to the Syrian Media Centre and to Syrian activist group more
Human Rights Watch on Thursday said Syrian regime forces appear to be using Soviet-made cluster bombs against rebel hideouts in a mountainous region of Hama province. Two videos posted online on Tuesday appear to show unexploded submunitions and a
Gunmen have shot dead a Syrian general and two other senior officers in a day of violence that resulted in nearly 100 deaths across the country, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Thursday. The general was killed on Wednesday on the road
28 am Since early May, the situation has been deteriorating in several parts of Syria. Fighting between government forces and armed opposition groups continues in Idlib, Rural Idlib, Rural Damascus, Hama, Lattakia and, to a lesser extent, in Rural
Deserted streets, scorched buildings, the stench of death -- that was the now-familiar state of affairs that United Nations observers found Thursday in Syria's battered western highland town of Haffah, which the state-run media declared had been "