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Syrian regime arrests dozens over protests

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Syrian security forces arrested dozens of people, rights groups said Saturday, after thousands marched in pro-democracy protests in unrest that

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Assad, king of Israel

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Syrian president Bashar al Assad is Israel’s favorite dictator. He has so much support there as though he is the king of Israel.

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Freedom clashes raise Syrian death toll to 75, report

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Thousands of Syrians shouting “We want freedom!” took to streets round the country yesterday, defying security forces who tried to

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US applauds courage, dignity of Syrian people

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The United States applauded the courage and dignity of demonstrators in Syria, renewing its frequent condemnations of political violence, which

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US condemns ‘brutal repression’ by Syrian government

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The White House is strongly condemning what it says is the Syrian government’s brutal repression of demonstrations and the killing

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Turkish PM watching Syrian unrest with concern, report

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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has expressed concern over unrest in neighboring Syria, saying he plans to have further

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Lebanon: Initial reaction to Assad’s speech

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Syrian President Bashar Assad failed to deliver on the promises made on reforms by his adviser Butheina Shaaban and instead

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Israel may prefer Assad to stay

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Israel has long complained about Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s alliance with Iran, his support for the Shiite militia Hezbollah and

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Assad fails to offer any concessions, blames conspirators

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Syrian President Bashar Assad blamed a wave of protests on “conspirators” who are trying to destroy the country by sowing

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Clashes between protesters and security forces in Damascus

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The Syrian Revolution 2011, which has emerged as the organizing force behind the demonstrations demanding “freedom” in Syria, reported Tuesday

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