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Kurds and Christians cooperate in parts of northern Syria

Aleppo - Many Syrian Christians have already fled the country and those who have remained have mostly stayed out of the conflict even though they have often been attacked by Islamist rebel groups who accuse them of being pro-Assad.

Op-Ed: Peace conference on Syria may convene on November 23

Cairo - The Arab League chief Nabil el-Araby said that he was informed by international envoy Lakhdar Brahimi that the Geneva 2 talks will start on November 23.

Russia has evidence linking Syrian rebels to chemical weapons use

Damascus - According to the Russian Sergei Lavrov, it is the Syrian rebels who are responsible for the August 21 chemical attack on Damascus suburbs and Russia has substantial proof which it plans to discuss at the UN Security council.

Sweden offers asylum to all Syria refugees

Stockholm - In a bold and generous move, Sweden announced last week that it would grant asylum to all Syrians fleeing that country's two-year civil war.

Op-Ed: Is the US endorsing a war in Syria based on another WMD lie?

Damascus - Recent allegations of chemical weapons use by the Syrian government that reportedly killed hundreds, especially women and children, has finally propelled the US to act despite lack of solid political support from Americans.

Op-Ed: Rebel chief says no to peace talks until Assad goes

Antakya - The Syrian rebel military chief Salim Idriss said that the opposition would not enter any negotiations until the rebels controlled Aleppo, Damascus, and Deraa and also Bashar al-Assad and his generals had left the country.

Moscow to keep sending weapons to Syria's war

The need for a robust and effective arms trade treaty is now more crucial than ever in a world where twice as many bullets are manufactured each year than there are people on the planet.

Syrian Prime Minister Riad Hijab defects

Syrian Prime Minister Riad Hijab has defected from President Bashar al-Assad's regime to join anti-government rebels fighting for control of the country, his spokesman said on Monday.

Red Cross: Syrian conflict now a civil war throughout the country

Damascus - The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) announced on Sunday that the conflict that has wracked Syria since March 2011 and claimed more than 10,000 lives is now a full-blown civil war throughout the entire nation.
 

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Two Syrian boys collect food for their family from a WFP food distribution centre in the Zaatari ref...
Two Syrian boys collect food for their family from a WFP food distribution centre in the Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan. On July 4, 2013, the camp population was estimated at 144,000 refugees
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Zaatari is a refugee camp in Jordan  to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civi...
Zaatari is a refugee camp in Jordan, to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On July 4, 2013, the camp population was estimated at 144,000 refugees
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