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National Coalition: Father Paolo is alive but we do not know where he is

National Coalition: Father Paolo is alive but we do not know where he is

    The Syrian Coalition expressed a great concern over Father Paolo Dall 'Oglio's condition. Father Paolo who has disappeared in the city of Raqqa for weeks now. The coalition called on anyone who has information of his whereabouts to disclose them. The statement of the...

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Destructive missile by Assad Army kills 40 and dozens wounded in Aleppo

Destructive missile by Assad Army kills 40 and dozens wounded in Aleppo

Assad's forces committed a new massacre in Bustan al-Qqassr neighborhood in Aleppo, killing at least 40 people and dozens wounded with mass destruction for the buildings,  activists reported.

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A Raqa-based activist,Mohammad Nour Matar still missing

A Raqa-based activist,Mohammad Nour Matar still missing

  Crimes by the Islamic militia 'State of Iraq and al-Sham' has been increasing, amid an atmosphere of bewilderment among Syrians.  Reports emerged on Thursday that a Raqa-based activist, Mohammad Nour Matar,  who has documented the uprising against Assad since...

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Fierce clashes goes on in Dara'a, Assad shelling kills 3 rebels: NGO

Fierce clashes goes on in Dara'a, Assad shelling kills 3 rebels: NGO

Fierce clashes still going on in the city of Dara'a where 3 rebels have been killed according to Syrian watchdog. One of them passed away on Thursday evening in the Jordanian hospitals due to wounds suffered during clashes with regime forces.  The...

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Pro-Assad militants kill 3 rebels from al-Tawheed brigade at Turkish borders

Pro-Assad militants kill 3 rebels from al-Tawheed brigade at Turkish borders

Three rebels from al-Tawheed brigade have been killed next to the border crossing  of Bab al-hawa after 10 days of abduction, local sources in the countryside of Idlib told Zaman Alwasl. Sources reported pro-Assad militia had killed them next to the Turkish borders when they were...

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Syria’s War Takes Hold of Lebanon Through Bombings and Kidnappings

Syria’s War Takes Hold of Lebanon Through Bombings and Kidnappings

The frequently voiced fear that the Syrian crisis could engulf the region is unlikely to be realized in one earth-shattering event. Instead it will leak across borders, a contact corrosion that, once established, will likely prove impossible to eradicate. In neighboring Lebanon, it has...

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 SNC Leader: democratic transition can not be implemented with Assad presence

SNC Leader: democratic transition can not be implemented with Assad presence

 SNC Leader: Democratic transition can not be implemented with Assad presence  ''The Tyrant- Bashar al-Assad- should be ousted, thereupon, we have to reform all government institutions that suffer from corruption, bribes and deficit as well as to reconstruct the...

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New Saudi-supplied missiles boost rebels in south Syria

New Saudi-supplied missiles boost rebels in south Syria

Rebels in southern  Syria  have fired newly acquired anti-tank guided missiles supplied by Saudi Arabia in a significant boost to their battle against President Bashar al-Assad, rebel, intelligence and diplomatic sources say. Several Russian-designed Konkurs anti-tank weapons...

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  9450 Syrian refugee students to do their first baccalaureate exam

9450 Syrian refugee students to do their first baccalaureate exam

More than 9450 Syrian students are doing their  baccalaureate  exams today under the surveillance and monitoring of the Opposition in the liberated areas in Aleepo, al-Raqqa, Idlib, Deir Ez Zour and in the refugee camps of Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan.  An opposition...

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Defaming the revolution, Series to be continued by Assad media

Defaming the revolution, Series to be continued by Assad media

 Assad-run-Media broadcast  footage of 13-year-old girl admitting of working with Jabhat al-Nusra, linked-to-al-Qaida as promoter for 'Jihad Mariage'. The humiliating interview has raised great anger and resentment among the Syrian civil community and rebel ranks....

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Syria's Gay activists launch their first magazine

Syria's Gay activists launch their first magazine

   March for Syrian gays in Istiklal Street, the center of Istanbul, have raised the flags of the revolution and the Regime.  The controversial rally was organized by 'Mawaleh"- The salty nuts- the first Syrian magazine for homosexuals, Zaman Alwasl has...

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Vatican could not confirm Zaman Alwasl reports about Rev. Dall'Oglio killing

Vatican could not confirm Zaman Alwasl reports about Rev. Dall'Oglio killing

We could not confirm what Zaman Alwasl had published that Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio has been killed, t he Vatican's ambassador to Damascus last said.  ''We are very worried about Father Dall'Oglio as for everyone here in Syria, where the situation is getting worse with...

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Newborn in embattled Latakia endorses values of coexistence

Newborn in embattled Latakia endorses values of coexistence

Rebels looking after a mother and her newborn baby in liberated  Alawite part of Lattakia countryside   A mature video footage showed two women from the Alawite part of Lattakia countryside, in Salma village, that fell under the rebels control. One of those women gave...

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NYtimes: Arms Shipments Seen From Sudan to Syria Rebels

NYtimes: Arms Shipments Seen From Sudan to Syria Rebels

Syrian rebels, frustrated by the West’s reluctance to provide arms, have found a supplier in an unlikely source: Sudan, a country that has been under international arms embargoes and maintains close ties with a stalwart backer of the Syrian government, Iran. In deals that have not been...

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Fall of Khalidiya flourishes Sunni market in pro-Assad neighborhoods of Homs

Fall of Khalidiya flourishes Sunni market in pro-Assad neighborhoods of Homs

  Sunni markets in the Alawite neighborhoods of the city of homs are flourishing again after The fall of Khalidiya last July. Sources from al-Nuzha and al-Hadhara, pro-Assad neighborhoods, assured that huge numbers of the stolen goods from Khalidiya were invaded the Sunni...

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SNC member demands reforms and creative vision to avoid disputes

SNC member demands reforms and creative vision to avoid disputes

    As the election of the Syrian National Council is coming close, the director of the legal Office is demanding urgent reforms for the SNC where the elections should include the General assembly besides the executive bureau. Mr. Marwan Hajjo al-Refaei assured in an official...

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 Nearly 60 dead in east Syria fighting: NGO

Nearly 60 dead in east Syria fighting: NGO

  Nearly 60 Syrian soldiers and jihadists have been killed in three days of fighting in Deir Ezzor, the largest city in eastern Syria, where rebels have made advances, an NGO said Monday. At least 33 fighters of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) and...

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 Tlass leadership for the new opposition army is a rumor: military source

Tlass leadership for the new opposition army is a rumor: military source

  A chief of staff source denied to Zaman Alwasl nominating the former Brigadier General of the Syrian Republican Guard, Manaf Tlass to head the new opposition National Army.   Recently, Mr. Ahmed Jarba, leader of the main stream opposition, stated about the...

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