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Published time: February 29, 2012 16:02 Edited time: March 01, 2012 06:15 Syrian soldiers, who have defected to join the Free Syrian Army. (Reuters / Ahmed Jadallah) A general in the opposition militia known as the Free Syria Army has told journalists that the rebels have received French and American military assistance, amid reports of worsening violence in the stricken nation.
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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday confirmed his readiness to send an official government delegation to Moscow to hold talks with the Syrian opposition, the Russian Foreign Ministry reported. Lavrov on Tuesday held talks with Assad in Damascus to seek resolution of the Syrian crisis. He also said after the talks that Assad will declare a date in the near future for a referendum on a new constitution for his country. Lavrov’s visit, together with Foreign Intelligence Service chief Mikhail Fradkov, comes three days after Russia and China vetoed a UN Security Council resolution on Syria, backed by the Arab League and Western nations, to prevent the repetition of “the Libyan scenario.”
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Syrian soldier 'decapitated seven-month-old boy in front of his mother after finding suspected rebel was not at home' |By: Will Longbottom Syrian soldiers ordered to crack down on people suspected of sheltering rebels are reported to have cut the head of a seven-month-old baby after storming a house. War crimes: Child protesters gesture in the street in Adlb, Syria. Soldiers are said to have decapitated a seven-month-old boy during a brutal crackdown on unrest in the country.
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US Media Remains Mute on ‘Already-Confirmed’ Operations Sibel Edmonds Boiling Frogs Post December 15, 2011 FLASHBACK: US Special Forces Mass On Syrian Border It’s now been exactly 24 days since I reported on the ongoing joint US-NATO secret training camp in the US Air Force base in Incirlik, Turkey, which began operations in April- May 2011 to organize and expand the dissident base in Syria. I broke that story on November 21, here at Boiling Frogs Post, based on information provided to me by multiple sources including highly credible insiders in Turkey and government insiders here in the US. 18 days later Iranian Press TV ran the story with further confirmation based on intensive coverage and confirmation by the Turkish media.
By Sibel Edmonds - Boiling Frogs Post Report: Foreign Troops Begin to Spread Near the Villages of Al-Mafraq Update 1: Today at 12:00 P.M. we contacted DOD Press Office via two voicemail messages and one e-mail asking for comment(s) on this story. As of 6:00 P.M. EST we have not heard back. Update 2: Another journalist with a major mainstream media publication was told by his editors that there would be no coverage or follow up on these developments.
Syria death toll rises to 5,000 – UN rights chief More than 5,000 people have been killed in violence in Syria throughout the past nine months, according to Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. Pillay told reporters Monday that she informed the Security Council members of the increase in deaths – which include at least 300 children killed throughout the conflict, while Syrian forces are also holding thousands of people in detention. In August, Pillay noted, the death toll in Syria stood at 2,000. Canada withdraws from Kyoto protocol
Hundreds of army defectors in southern Syria have fought with loyalist forces in one of the biggest armed confrontations in the nine-month uprising, and a strike shut businesses in a new gesture of civil disobedience, residents and activists said. In another development likely to raise international pressure on President Bashar al-Assad, French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said on Sunday that Paris believed Syria was behind attacks that wounded French peacekeepers in neighbouring Lebanon on Friday. Syrians are casting ballots in local elections on Monday, but turnout is expected to be low as activists have called for a boycott of the polls.
9 December 2011 Last updated at 18:19 GMT Activists posted videos of protests across Syria, including in Dail, near Deraa At least 24 people have been killed in renewed anti-government protests across Syria, activists say. Eleven of the deaths were in and around the city of Homs, while five were in the suburbs of Damascus, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. Another activist group, the Local Co-ordination Committees (LCC), put Friday's death toll at 35.
CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward went undercover in Syria to get a rare look at the revolution. She reports on the growing legions of former soldiers who are joining the rebel movement. DAMASCUS, Syria - President Obama Tuesday sent Ambassador Robert Ford back to Syria. He was called home six weeks ago because of concerns for his safety. He's going back, in part, to serve as a witness to Bashar Al-Assad's bloody crackdown on protesters. There were funerals today in Homs, where as many as 60 people were killed in 24 hours.
Members of the Free Syrian Army at a safehouse on northern Lebanon's border with Syria. Mass uprisings against oppressive governments put the regime’s soldiers in a precarious situation. When ordered to repress the rebelling populace, they can obey those orders to apply military action against largely peaceful demonstrators, wounding and killing many, as has been happening in Syria for months.
(CBS/AP) BEIRUT - A U.N. human rights panel expressed alarm at reports it received of security forces in Syria torturing children. The Geneva-based Committee Against Torture says it has received "numerous, consistent and substantiated reports" of widespread abuse in the country. "Among them are cases of torture and ill-treatment of detainees; rife or systematic attacks against civilian population, including the killing of peaceful demonstrators and the use of excessive of force against them; and the persecutions of human rights defenders and activists," said Claudio Grossman, who currently heads the 10-member panel. "Of particular concern are reports referring to children who have suffered torture and mutilation while detained; as well as cases of extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions; arbitrary detention by police forces and the military; and enforced and involuntary disappearances," he stressed.
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As Syria’s death toll continues to rise, Turkey and Jordan are urging Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad, to sign an Arab deal permitting monitors into the country as the country faces a threatening deadline on Friday. Both countries said a meeting between Fatah and Hamas was 'encouraging'. Ahmet Davutoglu, Turkish Foreign Minister, called on Syria to sign a deal to accept Arab monitors into the country in a bid to end eight months of bloodshed. Syria is urged to sign the deal or face sanctions over the violent crackdown on protesters, which includes halting flights, curbing trade and stopping deals with the central bank. "We believe that the suffering of the Syrian people should come to an end.
Syria has denounced this proposal as an "impossible" violation of its national sovereignty. But the foreign ministers said that Syria must accept the monitors and imposed a clear deadline. Nabil al-Arabi, the Arab League secretary general, said that Syria should sign an agreement to admit them at 1pm today, Cairo time. If Mr Assad does not agree, the economic and social council of the Arab League will meet on Saturday to consider imposing sanctions on Syria.
24 November 2011 Last updated at 21:31 ET Damascus objects to plans to allow hundreds of monitors into the country Syria is a few hours away from a deadline to allow an Arab League observer mission into the country or be subjected to sanctions. The Arab League wants 500 observers to enter the country. If Syria fails to sign an agreement in Cairo by 11:00 GMT, the Arab League says it will meet on Saturday to decide what sanctions to impose.
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NEW YORK – Diplomats and Jewish leaders applauded the UN General Assembly for its first-ever resolution Tuesday condemning the violent Syrian crackdown on protests, praising the fact that many Arab countries voted in favor of the resolution. The resolution, which is nonbinding, condemned Syria and its leader, Bashar Assad, for brutal human rights violations including “arbitrary executions, excessive use of force and the persecution and killing of protesters and human rights defenders.” It also denounced the use of illegitimate detentions, forced disappearances and torture of detainees.
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