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U.N.'s Ban fears for 2,500 civilians trapped in Syria's Homs

U.N.'s Ban fears for 2,500 civilians trapped in Syria's Homs

Some 2,500 civilians are trapped in the Syrian town of Homs, the scene of heavy fighting, the spokesman for U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said in a statement on Tuesday according to Reuters. Ban called on the warring sides to do their utmost to avoid civilian casualties. He was...

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Syria’s Annual Inflation Hits 200%: Report

Syria’s Annual Inflation Hits 200%: Report

In an attempt to beat Western sanctions and halt the fall in the Syrian pound, the Assad regime – with the help of Iran, Russia, and China –  has begun conducting all of its business in rials, roubles, and renminbi.  This decision supplements other existing arrangements between...

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Syria's oilfields create surreal battle lines amid chaos and tribal loyalties

Syria's oilfields create surreal battle lines amid chaos and tribal loyalties

Tribes are supplying oil and gas to both the government and rebels to spare their villages from attack – and make money A northern wind had been blowing since early morning, lifting a veil of dust that had blocked the sun and turned the sky the colour of ash. Abu Zayed was sitting...

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Syria's Lira hits record low of 210 to the dollar over Regime rumors

Syria's Lira hits record low of 210 to the dollar over Regime rumors

  Syria's pound -lira- has continued to slide against the dollar after few days of fixing rate to reach 210 S.P today, losing as much as 175% of its value in the black market since the outbreak of Syrian revolution against the Assad regime March 2011. The hysteric increase...

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Assad secret deal with Russia gives license to control natural gas resources

Assad secret deal with Russia gives license to control natural gas resources

The Assad regime inked a secret deal that gives Russia the license to control natural gas resources in Syria, according to informed Middle Eastern security officials, World Net Daily (WND) reported. The officials said Assad last month agreed to sign the document, considered an understanding...

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Increase salaries needs 26% further of Syrian budget

Increase salaries needs 26% further of Syrian budget

  " Al-Watan" Pro-Assad newspapers said that the preliminary estimates for the recent salary increase will cost the Syrian Treasury 86 billion Syrian pounds, an amount approximately 6% of the total funds for the budget of 2013 ....

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Syrian rebels renew fight for Aleppo

Syrian rebels renew fight for Aleppo

Syrian rebels battled President Bashar al-Assad's forces in and around the northern city of Aleppo on Sunday, seeking to reverse gains made by loyalist forces in the commercial hub over the last two months, activists said. The fighting, by a variety of insurgent groups, happened...

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Germany: 1600 Syrian residents to grant a temporary visa

Germany: 1600 Syrian residents to grant a temporary visa

  German Authorities will pay close attention to the qualifications of Syrian refugees who will be granted asylum, "Der Spiegel" Magazine disclosed. Two weeks ago, the United Nations refugee agency talked to Germany about resettling up to 10,000 Syrian refugees, UNHCR...

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String of Clashes between smugglers and Turkish army leave 6 people killed at least

String of Clashes between smugglers and Turkish army leave 6 people killed at least

       Series of Clashes between Syrian smugglers and Turkish army on the Syrian borders left 6 people killed at least last month. Eqtsad reported.   On The last two days the Syrian-Turkish borders have witnessed fierce clashed between both...

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Syria's 'Lira' continues sliding down against Dollar, losing 175 % of its value

Syria's 'Lira' continues sliding down against Dollar, losing 175 % of its value

Syria's pound -lira- has continued to slide against the dollar, losing as much as 175% of its value in the black market since the outbreak of Syrian revolution against the Assad regime March 2011. The pound is trading at a rate of about 115 to the US dollar according to central...

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Anti-poverty activists gather, but Syria dominates G8 talks

Anti-poverty activists gather, but Syria dominates G8 talks

Thousands of protesters are expected on the streets of Belfast to urge G8 leaders to act on global poverty, although the issue looks likely to be overshadowed by concerns over the Syria conflict. Police in the Northern Ireland capital expect 10,000 people to join two demonstrations organised...

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Kuwaitis boycott Iran goods, protest against Hezbollah

Kuwaitis boycott Iran goods, protest against Hezbollah

Several Kuwaiti supermarket chains have begun boycotting products from Iran for its support of the Syrian regime, while activists staged a demonstration against the involvement of the Lebanese Hezbollah movement in the conflict. At least nine cooperative consumer societies out of 50 in the...

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Mexican Billionaires Slim and Azcarraga Not Concerned With Impact Of New Anti-Monopoly Telecom Law

Mexican Billionaires Slim and Azcarraga Not Concerned With Impact Of New Anti-Monopoly Telecom Law

This week Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto signed into law a landmark telecommunications bill designed to boost competition in Mexico’s phone and television industry.  This has led to the generalized perception that  the new law — which allows regulators to make dominant...

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   UNHCR delivers 25 medicinal shipment to Assad's government

UNHCR delivers 25 medicinal shipment to Assad's government

 Syrian regime government received  25 medicinal shipment worth $ 1.2 million by  the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).   The U.N. commission said that the medicinal shipment worth $ 1.2 million in order to support emergency medical...

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Fuel flows into Syrian Regime via Turkish company

Fuel flows into Syrian Regime via Turkish company

   Turkey  has become an unlikely new source of vital diesel for the  Syrian regime  according to  shipping documents  and sources. Private  Turkish oil company   Aves , from the Mediterranean port city of Mersin, has loaded seven cargoes of ...

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Four Killed in Lebanon Clashes in more violence stoked by war in Syria

Four Killed in Lebanon Clashes in more violence stoked by war in Syria

  Four people were killed in clashes in Lebanon's northern city of Tripoli on Monday, security sources said, in more violence stoked by war in neighboring Syria .   The overnight clashes in Tripoli ended a week of relative calm after 29 people...

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U.S. withholds 63 millions pledged to help Syrian opposition

U.S. withholds 63 millions pledged to help Syrian opposition

  The United States is withholding $63 million that it had pledged to the main Syrian opposition organization because the Obama administration is frustrated with the group’s disarray and is searching for more credible partners to support in the rebellion against Syrian President Bashar...

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EU to relax banking sanctions and oil selling to help FSA

EU to relax banking sanctions and oil selling to help FSA

   European   banks   will be able to open branches and accounts in   Syria   for use by the opposition, European Union governments decided on Friday, relaxing economic sanctions to help  Free Syrian Army  fighting al-Assad regime....

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