Emergency Law

Egypt’s military ruler lifts partially emergency laws

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Egypt’s military ruler on Tuesday decreed a partial lifting of the nation’s hated emergency laws, while saying the draconian measures

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Jumblatt headed today to Damascus

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Progressive Socialist Party sources told Central News Agency that PSP leader MP Walid Jumblatt visited Damascus on Tuesday and he

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Jumblatt urges Assad to implement reforms

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Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt urged Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to to implement the reforms he announced recently

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Assad ends state of emergency in Syria

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President Bashar al-Assad ended Syria’s state of emergency, in effect for nearly 50 years, on Thursday in a bid to

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Hizb ut-Tahrir: Preventing support to anti Syrian protest is illegal

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Hizb ut-Tahrir ( Liberation party ) said in a statement on Wednesday“ Attempts to prevent the demonstration supporting the anti-Syrian

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Syria arrests popular opposition figure, replaces emergency law

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Syrian authorities arrested a popular opposition figure hours after passing a bill lifting nearly 50 years of emergency rule. Rights

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U.S. unsure new Syria law will be improvement

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The United States is unsure that Syria’s draft law to lift emergency rule will be less restrictive, a State Department

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Can President Assad do what it takes to cleanse his corrupt regime?

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By: Robert Fisk

“People are looking for security forces who will not treat the people like animals.” So said a Syrian activist, summing up the thoughts of his country

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Syrian Revolution urges Christians to participate in protests

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The Facebook group, The Syrian Revolution 2011, which boasts more than 120,000 followers and which has emerged as the organizing

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Syrian government lifts emergency laws, warns protesters

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Syria’s government approved lifting the country’s nearly 50-year-old state of emergency Tuesday to meet a key demand of anti-government protesters,

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