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U.S. concerned Syrian regime planning massacre in Aleppo

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The United States said on Thursday it appeared that forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad were “lining up” for

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Analysis: The ‘day after’ in Syria

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By David Ignatius

It is time for Washington to emphasize what the United States can do, rather than what it can’t, in Syria. U.S. policy is caught between two imperatives

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Syrian troops, rebels reinforce for big Aleppo battle

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Syrian rebels have stepped up their stockpiling of ammunition and medical supplies in preparation for a major battle in Aleppo,

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Syrian army rushes reinforcements to Aleppo to fight rebels

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Syrian troops rushed dozens of tanks and reinforcements Wednesday toward Aleppo, the country’s strategically vital commercial capital, in a bid

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Key role floated for highest-ranking Syrian military defector

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The Obama administration and officials of some Arab and Western nations are discussing ways to place Syria’s highest-ranking military defector

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Arabs to push UN General Assembly for resolution on Syria

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Arab nations announced plans Wednesday to go to the U.N. General Assembly and seek approval of a resolution calling for

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Syria crisis: Stakes high for Hezbollah

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Lebanon’s powerful Shi’ite militant group Hezbollah has publicly tied its future to Bashar al-Assad, but as the tide turns against

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Syrian forces loyal to Assad close in on Aleppo

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Syria sent thousands of troops towards Aleppo on Wednesday, where attack helicopters have been pounding rebel fighters, stepping up its

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