Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Japanese TV journalist killed in Aleppo, Syria gunfight

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A Japanese woman journalist died of wounds sustained in a gunfight between Syrian forces and rebels in Aleppo on Tuesday,

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Blast near Syrian Army headquarters in Damascus

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A bomb exploded close to Syria’s army headquarters, sending a column of black smoke over the capital Damascus, as the

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Military helicopters pound Aleppo as onslaught looms

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Beirut, Lebanon (Reuters) – Syrian military helicopters pounded a central district of Aleppo on Saturday as forces loyal to President

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Rebels hold Syria loyalists in Aleppo, Idlib

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Beirut, Lebanon – (Reuters) Rebels have detained scores of Syrian officers, soldiers and pro-government militiamen this week in Idlib province

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Renowned Syrian sculptor Wael Qastun ‘tortured to death’

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RENOWNED Syrian sculptor Wael Qastun has been tortured to death in the flashpoint central of city of Homs, an artists’

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Syria fighting rages in capital as Russia pressed by Annan

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Beirut, Lebanon- Clashes in Damascus between rebels and state forces raged for a third day on Tuesday, in the fiercest

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Annan Heading To Iran After Syria Meetings

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United Nations-Arab League peace envoy Kofi Annan says he and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have agreed on an “approach” to

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Syrian opposition group: Death toll tops 17,000

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Beirut, Lebanon -An opposition group that documents human rights violations in Syria says more than 17,000 people have been killed

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Annan admits failure of Syrian peace mission

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Kofi Annan, the joint UN and Arab League envoy to Syria, has admitted his failure in solving Syrian crisis, according

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Assad’s friend Gen. Tlas deserts Syria for France

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Manaf Tlas, a family friend of President Bashar al-Assad and head of a unit of his elite Republican Guard, has

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