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Iran's Opposition condemns Assad Chemical massacre

Iran's Opposition condemns Assad Chemical massacre

The resistance National Council of Iran has deeply condemned the Last chemical attack by Assad's regime on al-Ghouta towns with death tools reached 1400 people including children and women. In a statement the council calls on the International community to shoulder the...

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Syrian Campaign to aid victims of Assad chemical attack

Syrian Campaign to aid victims of Assad chemical attack

  Syrian charity and civil associations in Saudi Arabia have launched campaign to aid and supports victims of the Last chemical attack by Assad's regime on al-Ghouta towns with death tools reached 1400 people.   Damascene House Forum Foundation and Syrian...

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Turkey says all 'red lines' in Syria have been crossed

Turkey says all 'red lines' in Syria have been crossed

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Thursday "all red lines" had been crossed in Syria and criticized international inaction after the opposition accused Syrian government forces of gassing hundreds in a chemical weapons attack. "All red lines have been crossed but still the...

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 Syria opposition demands urgent U.N. probe into alleged chemical attacks

Syria opposition demands urgent U.N. probe into alleged chemical attacks

Syria's opposition demanded on Thursday that United Nations chemical weapons inspectors immediately investigate a besieged rebel-held region hit by an alleged chemical weapons attack that killed hundreds of people a day earlier. In Paris, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said the...

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Haaretz: Israeli intelligence backs reports of latest chemical weapons attack in Syria

Haaretz: Israeli intelligence backs reports of latest chemical weapons attack in Syria

Israel Intelligence minister says condemnations of Assad regime by international community are mere lip service. Israeli intelligence believes that Wednesday's reports of a chemical attack in Damascus are credible, a senior Israeli official said on Thursday, Haaretz, the Israeli...

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US 'will not intervene in Syria as rebels don't support interests', says top general

US 'will not intervene in Syria as rebels don't support interests', says top general

The US will not intervene in the Syria conflict because it does not believe anti-Assad rebels would support American interests, its highest ranking military officer wrote in a letter to a congressman. General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Barack Obama's chief...

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France warns Assad of forceful response over chemical weapon claims

France warns Assad of forceful response over chemical weapon claims

France has said that the international community would need to respond with force if allegations that Syrian government forces had carried out a mass chemical attack on civilians proved to be true. But the French foreign minister, Laurent Fabius, said there was no question of sending troops...

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Assad makes Raghda dream a bloody real with 1300 victims

Assad makes Raghda dream a bloody real with 1300 victims

  Syrian activists have recalled back a bloody message by famed Syrian actress which was addressed to Bashar al-Assad, asking the use of chemical weapons to eliminate the Islamists. Now her wish has been achieved, they said. Raghda, 55, who grew up in Aleppo before settling...

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Coalition figures discuss 72 hours timeout for International community to overthrow   Assad

Coalition figures discuss 72 hours timeout for International community to overthrow Assad

 The chemical massacre has pushed the Syrian crisis within the weak opposition coalition into more challenges to approve its effectiveness. Number of the main stream opposition group are discussing what they called a revolutionary choice as a response on Bashar al-Assad's...

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US avoids

US avoids "red lines" after Syria chemical claims

The United States refused to set new "red lines" for Syria Wednesday as claims of a horrific chemical arms strike reignited debate over Washington's reluctance to intervene in the civil war. Claims by Syrian rebels that President Bashar al-Assad's forces massacred 1,300 people in a chemical...

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Representative of chief of staff resigns from coalition to join revolutionaries

Representative of chief of staff resigns from coalition to join revolutionaries

Zaman Alwasl knew Muhammed Al-shaar, the representative of Chief of Staff in the National Coalition, resigned from the largest opposition body because he could not offer what he was supposed to offer and because of his desire to return to revolutionaries rank. Al-shaar, the...

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Idriss: Ghouta massacre is a response to FSA heroic achievements

Idriss: Ghouta massacre is a response to FSA heroic achievements

Major General Selim Idriss considered al-Ghouta massacre a response to Free Syrian Army heroic achievements in al-Ghouta   and to their resistances to Assad and Hezbollah Forces trials of raiding the towns of  Ghouta. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff...

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After Al-Ghouta massacre, 50 tanks to raid Jouber

After Al-Ghouta massacre, 50 tanks to raid Jouber

Revolution Coordinates Union disclosed, Assad Regime's strike on Eastern Ghouta using chemical weapons is to occupy FSA fighters in Ghouta in order diverge attention to what will happen in the next coming days. The RCU confirmed 50 tanks headed to Al-abbasyyin Square to...

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Saudi Arabia calls for emergency U.N. Security Council meeting on Syria

Saudi Arabia calls for emergency U.N. Security Council meeting on Syria

Saudi Arabia  called on Wednesday for an emergency U.N. Security Council meeting to discuss reports of a chemical attack that opposition groups say killed hundreds of people in  Syria , Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said according to Reuters. "It is time for...

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Syria's Coalition: 1300 killed in chemical attack on Ghouta region

Syria's Coalition: 1300 killed in chemical attack on Ghouta region

At least 1,300 people have been killed in a nerve gas attack on Syria’s Ghouta region, leading opposition figure George Sabra said on Wednesday.  In response, the opposition Syrian National Coalition called for an urgent U.N. Security Council meeting on the subject. “I call...

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Syrian activists say nerve gas attack near Damascus kills 1188

Syrian activists say nerve gas attack near Damascus kills 1188

Syrian activists said at least  1188  people, including women and children, were killed on Wednesday in a nerve gas attack by President Bashar al-Assad's forces on rebel-held districts of the Ghouta region east of Damascus. 140 people killed in Kafr Batna Hospitals,...

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Assad authorities determined to silence activists with bogus ‘terrorism’ charges

Assad authorities determined to silence activists with bogus ‘terrorism’ charges

The trial of five peaceful activists in Syria on “terrorism” charges tomorrow is further evidence of the increasing and systematic repression against anyone speaking out against human rights violations in the country, Amnesty International said. Mazen Darwish, Hussein Gharir, Hani...

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Syrian Democratic Union convenes its conference

Syrian Democratic Union convenes its conference

                                         Syrian Democratic Union invites individuals and political organizations to join its constitutive conference. The conference is to be...

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