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State TV broadcast footage of missiles being fired from launch vehicles and warships. Some in the Syrian opposition have appealed to the West for foreign forces to step in to stop bloodshed that they say has left more than 14,000
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday that "the days are numbered" for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime. "There is no doubt that the opposition is getting more effective in their defense of themselves and in going on the offense
Clinton adds that the opposition "is getting more effective in defense of themselves and going on the offensive against the Syrian military." Clinton says Assad's regime must acknowledge that its days are numbered.
Coming on the heels of an agreement by the world powers to establish a transitional national unity government to end the now 16-month-old Syrian crisis, leaving the door open for Syria's president to be part of the new government, the Syrian
Shells fired from across the Syrian border and and gun battles have killed three women, and nine people were wounded in northern Lebanon on Saturday, a Lebanese security official told AFP. The Lebanese National News Agency reported
The United States and its European partners are threatening new sanctions on Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime if he doesn't act fast on a new peace plan, but the fractured and frustrated Syrian opposition is seeking quick military actions
The effort now looks broken on the same reef that has sunk every potential international rescue in the 15 month revolt: disagreement over the fate of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad. Attended by the five Security Council permanent members, three
The Daily Star Kofi Annan's peace plan for Syria rests on Russia's support. But as the United States, Europe, the Arab Gulf states, and Turkey ratchet up the pressure on Damascus, Russia refuses to publicly discuss President Bashar Assad's ouster.
Syria's conflict "because we believe a political solution is an adequate solution." The Assad regime's crackdown on an increasingly armed popular uprising has left thousands dead in Syria over the past 16 months.
Syrian opposition groups have rejected a U.N.-brokered peace plan for a political transition in Syria as ambiguous and a waste of time. An international conference in Geneva on Saturday accepted international envoy Kofi Annan's