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49 The Syrian National Council criticised the decision to keep Syria's seat at the summit empty [Reuters] The opposition Syrian National Council (SNC) has made only marginal gains at a meeting of the Arab League, despite two days of intense lobbying.
That's the message from Sigrid Kaag, the head of the mission to finally rid Syria of its 13,000 tons of chemical weapons. Every deadline Damascus has so far been set by the international community has been missed, but the pace of destruction has
Calling on its international allies, the head of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC) has urged that promises made by its allies must be honored, saying that diplomacy alone could not resolve the continuing civil war in the country.
A large Qatar-backed bloc plans to rejoin Syria's opposition National Coalition and may attend the body's upcoming meeting in Cairo in the next few weeks, officials have said. The 40-member bloc, which consists mostly of members of the Syrian
The opposition Syrian National Council yesterday said it will rejoin the umbrella coalition from which it withdrew in protest at the Geneva peace talks with the regime. The SNC, the biggest bloc in Syria's opposition-in-exile, quit the National
The second round of intra-Syrian talks called upon to end a three-year civil war in Syria is to end in Geneva on Saturday, with no substantive results expected. The efforts of joint United Nations and Arab League special Syria envoy
U.S. President Barack Obama on February 11 accused the Russian authorities of indifference to the citizens of Syria and creating interference for a UN resolution to lift the siege of the city of Homs in Syria. It is reported by Agence France-
A Kuwaiti man was sent back home after he was injured during fightings in Syria, a local daily reported yesterday quoting sources with knowledge of the news. The injury happened during a fight between rebel fighters and Syrian Army troops. He was
The first round of peace talks designed to end the ongoing civil war in Syria have now ended. There was no breakthrough achieved. Each side blamed the other for the lack of progress. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/
It is hard not to sympathize with Lakhdar Brahimi, the Algerian diplomat entrusted with the impossibly tricky task of mediating between some of the warring sides in the atrocious Syrian conflict. In the Geneva talks this week, he was able to draw