Friday, February 3, 2012

Syria mass killings

  • The reports could not be independently confirmed. With the violence in Syria growing increasingly chaotic, diplomatic efforts to find a solution to the crisis have gained pace. In Washington, a senior State Department official said Friday the U.S.
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  • SAQBA, Syria — When a team of foreign journalists entered the eastern Damascus suburb of Saqba last Friday, they were greeted by a sight that did not bode well for the Syrian regime.
  • (GlobalPost)
  • Syria is, I admit, a tough case. It is a borderline example of a government's engaging in mass killings of its citizens. The main obstacle to intervention is the absence of a viable, low-casualty military solution.
  • (New York Times)
  • With activists reporting more than 30 killed in violence Wednesday, U.N.
  • (AOL News)
  • the fourth largest in Syria with a population of 700,000. Our memory was awakened by the crimes that are happening now.
  • (Reuters UK)
  • Protesters were commemorating the killing of more than 10,000 people Assad if he failed to stop the violence.
  • (Monsters and Critics)
  • The act of defiance came as Russia warned it would veto any UN resolution on Syria it finds unacceptable, making clear it wanted to prevent Libyan-style intervention over Assad's violent crackdown on 11 months of mass protests and armed insurrection.
  • (Today's Zaman)
  • Under the recently adopted law new mass media are being formed in addition to said that there is no protesting opposition in Syria but only bandits who are killing people.
  • (RIA Novosti)
  • In Egypt, two Arab League officials said the organization is likely to extend its observer mission in Syria, despite complaints from the accused pro-regime forces of the warrant officers killing and said he had been helping the opposition.
  • (Austin American-Statesman)

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