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British government accuses political rivals of helping Syria's Assad

British government accuses political rivals of helping Syria's Assad

  Prime Minister David Cameron's government on Thursday accused the Labour party of "giving succour" to   Syria n President Bashar al-Assad, after the opposition party made clear it would not support an imminent military strike against   Syria . In a move that...

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Syria's cultural heritage being looted, destroyed: UNESCO

Syria's cultural heritage being looted, destroyed: UNESCO

As the world argues over how to prevent more civilian deaths in  Syria , UNESCO warned on Thursday that a rich cultural heritage was being devastated by the conflict now in its third year. Clashes have damaged historical sites and buildings throughout the country, from Aleppo's...

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 Syrian army moves Scud missiles to avoid strike

Syrian army moves Scud missiles to avoid strike

 Assad's forces have removed several Scud missiles and dozens of launchers from a base north of Damascus, possibly to protect the weapons from a Western attack, opposition sources said on Thursday. The move from the position in the foothills of the Qalamoun mountains, one of Syria's...

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Escaping US strike, Assad forces occupy schools and Universities

Escaping US strike, Assad forces occupy schools and Universities

 While the alleged US strike is getting close, the Assad regime is looking for an escape for its soldiers, the suitable shelter is schools and Universities according to reports by activists and eye-witnesses. Previous reports reported that Assad had evacuated the...

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To raises Assad morale, Russia to send two ships to east Mediterranean

To raises Assad morale, Russia to send two ships to east Mediterranean

Russia will send two ships to the east Mediterranean to strengthen its naval presence because of the “well-known situation” there, Interfax news agency said on Thursday referring to the Syria crisis. The agency quoted a source in the armed forces’ general staff as saying an...

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 Hollande to Jarba: everything must be done to seek a political solution

Hollande to Jarba: everything must be done to seek a political solution

French President Francois Hollande said “everything must be done to seek a political solution” to end the Syrian crisis after meeting with the Syrian opposition chief, Ahmed al-Jarba, who earlier championed military action against regime of President Bashar al-Assad, in Paris on Thursday....

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Countdown to military strike on Syria

Countdown to military strike on Syria

Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013: [Time in GMT]  5-6 p.m. White House: Obama to authorize military attack on Syria even without Congressional approval   4-5 p.m. Canada won't join in military strike on Syria: PM Five permanent UNSC members to meet on Syria again at...

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FSA source: U.S. postpones entry of anti-chemical Atropine before Assad attack

FSA source: U.S. postpones entry of anti-chemical Atropine before Assad attack

Military source in the Joint chiefs of free army staff revealed that Washington had impeded the entry of Atropine material and other anti-chemical gases to Syria, before the use of chemical weapons last week in al-Ghouta near Damascus by Assad forces. The source disclosed that...

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Assad planning to hit Christian areas with Chemical weapon: Coalition says

Assad planning to hit Christian areas with Chemical weapon: Coalition says

Opposition National Coalition stated on its official website  that Syrian regime is planning to hit Christian areas with chemical weapon in near future and before the anticipated military strike that US and West countries are planning to. This statement has been obtained...

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Ford: U.S. strike will be disciplinary and may make Assad more stubborn

Ford: U.S. strike will be disciplinary and may make Assad more stubborn

Former Damascus U.S. Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford said The American military strike will not topple Bashar al-Assad but will be a disciplinary strike what make him more stubborn, Opposition  dissident  told Zaman Alwasl.  The decision of a military strike was...

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Syria's Christians surround by fears of Jihadist and Assad's protecting claims

Syria's Christians surround by fears of Jihadist and Assad's protecting claims

  Sadness and grieve prevail Wadi Al-Nasara area, north west Syria with mosaic textile of charming Christian village. In general people there support Syrian regime and regular army in its war against radical Jihadists, as they see it.   Photos of "martyrs " who were...

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Rockets' Launchers kill 13 in Ariha near Idlib

Rockets' Launchers kill 13 in Ariha near Idlib

Medical sources reported that 13 civilians were killed on Wednesday, most of them from "Gharibi" family following the missile bombing of the Ariha city.  The sources pointed out that the shelling of the city accelerated after sudden withdrawal of the regime forces after the...

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 Syria's Regime must not go without punishment, Merkel and Cameron agree

Syria's Regime must not go without punishment, Merkel and Cameron agree

"The Syrian regime must not hope to be able to continue this warfare that violates international law, an international reaction is inevitable” the Merkel and Cameron agreed. Steve Zaybert, the German government spokesman said on Wednesday that the leaders of Germany and Britain...

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Obama says potential U.S. strike on Syria would send ‘strong signal’

Obama says potential U.S. strike on Syria would send ‘strong signal’

President Obama warned Wednesday that a potential U.S. military strike on Syria’s ruling regime in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack on its own people would send “a pretty strong signal that they better not do it again.” In  an interview with PBS’s “NewsHour”...

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Assad’s forces use chemical weapons, NATO Secretary-General says

Assad’s forces use chemical weapons, NATO Secretary-General says

The  NATO  Secretary-General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, says that information points to President Assad’s forces being responsible for the use of chemical weapons in Syria, according to Euronews. He was speaking after a meeting of  NATO  ambassadors in Brussels to discuss...

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Guardian: Nato members could act against Syria without UN mandate

Guardian: Nato members could act against Syria without UN mandate

Barack Obama is unlikely to have much trouble mustering a  Nato coalition of the willing if Washington opts for military intervention in  Syria in response to the  alleged chemical weapons atrocities by the Assad regime . There is, however, no prospect of a UN mandate for...

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Israeli Newspapers: orthodox Jewish Youth Pray for Syria

Israeli Newspapers: orthodox Jewish Youth Pray for Syria

Israeli youth in the Bnei Akiva program pray for an end to the killing of innocent Syrian civilians. A group of youth involved in the religious-Zionist Bnei Akiva program have started organized prayers on behalf of Syrian civilians who are at risk due to the ongoing civil  war in...

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Turkey may Open İncirlik Base for NATO Mission in Syria

Turkey may Open İncirlik Base for NATO Mission in Syria

 Turkey may open its strategic İncirlik air base for possible military operations into neighboring Syria, if the Western defense alliance NATO decides for an intervention in the ongoing civil war, a ranking Turkish official told the Hürriyet Daily News on Aug. 26.  ...

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