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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an exile opposition group in London that has contacts in Syria, said Friday that a clash had broken out in a village on the Turkish border, identified as Khirbel el-Joz, after government tanks deployed there.
Syrian forces halted attacks on opposition strongholds Thursday in line with a U.N.-brokered truce but the regime defied demands by international envoy Kofi Annan to pull troops back to their barracks, activists said. There was
But the exiled Syrian National Council opposition, which is seeking the overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad, said that there were reports of raids and arrests of the government's opponents in some suburbs of Damascus and that it was not clear how
Opposition activists said Syria's uprising hotspots were quiet after a deadline for a U.N.-brokered truce passed at dawn Thursday, hours after President Bashar Assad's regime promised special peace envoy Kofi Annan it would halt fighting.
Read the full story at CBS 5 Mercenaries commissioned by Saudi Arabia and Qatar are allegedly the backbone of the Syrian rebel forces revolting against Bashar al-Assad's regime. As usual there are many agendas at play, with oil (as usual) playing a
Clashes between Syrian soldiers and rebel fighters along the Syrian border with Turkey wounded at least five people on Monday, including two Turkish officials, when stray bullets hit a refugee camp in Turkey, officials said. The gun battles occurred
Turkey (AP) — The bloody conflict in Syria spilled across two borders Monday, killing a cameraman in Lebanon and wounding at least five people in a refugee camp in Turkey as gunfire flew across the tense frontiers, authorities said.
Turkey has protested after Syrian forces opened fire across the border, the first such attack since Turkey began housing refugees from the unrest...A clash between Syrian rebels and troops spilled over the border, with at least one person killed and
Turkey Turkish officials said on Monday that Syrian government forces had opened fire across the Turkish border late on Sunday and wounded three people close to one of the largest refugee camps housing Syrian nationals. The firing deepened the gloom
A U.N.-brokered plan to stop the bloodshed in Syria effectively collapsed Sunday after President Bashar Assad's government raised new, last-minute demands that were swiftly rejected by the country's largest rebel group. The peace