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U.N. suspends observer mission in Syria due to violence

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The United Nations on Saturday suspended its monitoring mission in Syria due to intensifying violence, sending a strong indication that

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kofi Annan talks tough to Syria’s Assad

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International envoy Kofi Annan on Saturday criticized President Bashar al-Assad for failing to comply with a peace plan to end

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Arab League chief requests U.N. action against Syria

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The head of the Arab League has asked the U.N. Security Council to boost the size of a U.N. mission

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A Syrian Journalist talks about Houla, Assad

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More civilians have been killed in Syria in the last year than in Afghanistan and Iraq combined. As a journalism

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Russia backs Syria amid global condemnation

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Russia continued to fly in the face of international opinion on Syria, voting against the U.N.’s top human rights body’s

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Russia, China pressured on Syria from all sides

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With hopes of changing Moscow’s stance on Damascus, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that Russia’s relationship with President

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Military action in Syria demands unity: Clinton

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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Thursday that every day of slaughter in Syria is strengthening the case

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Syria’s FSA chief urges Annan to declare peace plan failed

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Beirut, Lebanon – Syria’s main rebel commander urged Kofi Annan on Thursday to announce that his peace plan has failed

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Assad prefers civil war in Syria

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If there is no foreign military intervention, Syria is heading into a prolonged civil war like Lebanon’s in 1975-1990. The ethnic and religious divisions in Syria are quite similar to those in Lebanon.

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Syrian rebels issue government a cease-fire deadline

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Syrian opposition fighters issued the government a Friday afternoon deadline to cease fire, pull out troops from residential areas and

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