Latest in Tag: Assad Highlight
Latest in Tag: Assad
Al-Assad’s new plan for his embattled country is “more sectarian, more one-sided” than previous initiatives
Syrian VP said he preferred a negotiated solution to the 21-month conflict
President Bashar Al-Assad in a pre-Eid gesture issued an amnesty on Tuesday for all crimes committed in Syria “up until today.”
Brahimi called on Monday for a temporary ceasefire during the four-day Eid al-Adha holiday starting on October 26.
The rebel Free Syrian Army claimed the downing of a MiG jet west of Aleppo.
Peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi and German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle were in Turkey on Saturday for talks on the Syrian conflict.
It is essential for Turkey to pause and reflect on its Middle Eastern policy and on what kind of model it would like to present to the Arab world.
Finding 200 dead bodies, activists accuse the Syrian army of war crimes
Activists reported heavy shelling by Syrian forces on several districts of Aleppo
US could act outside of the UN, should Syria use chemical weapons
Hijab was appointed by President Bashar Al-Assad this past June after serving as Minister of Agriculture since 2011
The Syrian uprising is causing a ripple of effects felt across the region by the beleaguered country’s neighbours and beyond.
Countries to vote against the UN General Assembly resolution include some of the most isolated states in the body’s membership
Observers caution both sides to abide by international humanitarian law
An exodus of historic proportions is underway as besieged citizens abandon Syria’s second city for safety
90,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon following Damascus bombing
Two bombs have exploded outside the Palace of Justice in central Damascus, according to Syrian state television SANA.