Reform

Jordanians in “Save the Homeland” rally demand reform

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Thousands of demonstrators seeking democratic reforms and more economic opportunities marched through the Jordanian capital Friday in the largest rally

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The Bashar al-Assad I know

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Expectations were a serious problem for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from the very beginning of his rise to power in 2000 following the death of his father, Hafiz al-Assad.

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U.S. drones reportedly monitoring Syria

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“A good number” of unmanned U.S. military drones are operating in the skies over Syria, monitoring the President Basir al-Assad’s

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Syrian forces fire on funeral crowds

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Syrian forces have opened fire with live ammunition to break up a protest in the capital Damascus, killing one and

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Arab nations promised $58b for reform

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MARSEILLE, France – Wealthy countries and international lenders promised more money yesterday to encourage democratic changes in Arab nations, pledging

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Syria talks reform while executing deadly crackdown

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Syria’s government has endorsed a draft law that it says will allow the formation of political parties alongside President Bashar

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Rep. Kucinich’s Syria visit raises eyebrows

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U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich showed up in Syria this week and held a press conference in which he appeared to

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The Fate of the Syrian Pound

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The use of the Syrian pound has only started in 1948 after the secession of Bank of Syria and Lebanon,

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Syrian regime loyalists attack Druze protesters. Several injured

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The Facebook group, The Syrian Revolution 2011, which boasts more than 110,000 followers and which has emerged as the organizing

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