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Egypt: Pardon for Al Jazeera journalists “being discussed”

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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi suggested on Thursday he was considering pardoning journalists of the Qatar-based Al Jazeera television station

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Saudi Arabia urges Egypt to end row with Qatar

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The Saudi monarch has called on Egypt to follow its steps in ending a months-long dispute with Qatar after an

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Exodus of Al Jazeera staff over 'biased coverage' of conflict in Syria

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Key staff from Al Jazeera’s Beirut Bureau have resigned citing “bias” in the channel’s stance on the conflict in Syria.

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Lebanon Cable providers stop broadcasting Al-Jazeera

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United Cable Lebanon (UCL) , one of the biggest digital cable operators, shut down all Al-Jazeera channels to protest Al-Jazeera’s

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Qatar Emir: Syrian people will not turn back on their demands

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Qatar’s emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani said Monday that Syrians are determined to keep protesting against President Bashar al-Assad’s

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Qatar Ambassador quits Damascus , suspends mission

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Qatar’s ambassador to Damascus, Zayed al-Khayarine, has quit Syria and the Qatari embassy in Damascus has suspended its mission indefinitely

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SSNP chief slams US over Syria sanctions

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Syrian Social Nationalist Party leader MP Assaad Hardane a close ally of Syria condemned on Friday “the American arrogance of

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Syrian troops kill 9 protesters during rallies for regime change

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Syrian security forces opened fire on protests around the country Friday in the latest sign the conflict could be moving

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Syrian regime bracing for more protests on ‘Freedom day’

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Another Friday …The authorities in Syria are reportedly bracing for the possibility of huge protests throughout the country as more

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Analysis: Assad’s regime of torture

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President Assad reaffirms his father’s legacy by quelling dissent with brute force. In two months of protests, Syrian security forces have killed an estimated 850 people.

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