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Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) summit in Durban would be able to come out with an initiative to ending the violence in Syria. Bouthaina Shaaban, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's Special Envoy told newspersons here on Friday...Mr.
21 Fighting in the embattled central city of Homs was the worst since months, activists told Al Jazeera [YouTube] Syrian rebels battling troops loyal to President Bashar al-Assad overran al-Raqqa after days of fierce fighting, and were now in "near-
For the past month, the entire family had caught the 'Budget Fever,' as I would like to call it...I was so excited, because for me the Budget meant taking off a few days from school and holidaying in Delhi (My family and I live in Chennai). When the
Watch Watch On Thursday, Secretary of State John Kerry said the United States will for the first time send so-called non-lethal aid such as food and medical supplies directly to the Free Syrian Army, as well as provide $60-million to the political
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has used extremely harsh language against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, calling him a "mute devil" as war of words against one of Israel’s main enemies escalates.
There appears to be no solution of the 22-month Syrian crisis in sight. World powers, including the United States and its European allies, have been devising different strategies to restore peace in the violence-wracked country, but so far
President Bashar al-Assad says his troops have gained the upper hand against rebels in the 22-month conflict and could win in "two weeks" should Turkey stop its support for insurgents, a Lebanese newspaper reports. "The army has a very large lead on
December to deploy the batteries after Syria launched Scud missiles near the Turkish border. In October, errant Syrian artillery shells hit the Turkish border town of Akcakale. Rebels pound Syrian troops in north Rebel forces attack a Syrian prison
Getty] A German ship carrying patriot missile equipment arrived in the Turkish port of Iskenderun as part of an effort to stop violence in Syria from spilling over its borders. The Suecia Seaways vessel arrived on Monday after the Netherlands-
Major events in the country's tumultuous uprising that began in March 2011. This is my Syria, my beloved Syria, said Alhaji, a devout Muslim who wears eyeliner that matches her colorful head scarves...Women and girls were in the forefront when the