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Syria Blames Oil Pipeline Explosion on Sabotage

There has been a major explosion in a Syrian pipeline carrying oil to a refinery near the restive city of Homs. This, as violence from the country’s nine-month uprising escalates. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed the report,… (READ MORE)

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Assad Denies Responsibility for Syrian Protest Deaths

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has denied he ordered the killing of thousands of anti-government protesters, telling a U.S. journalist he does not control the forces implementing his country’s brutal crackdown. In a rare interview that aired Wednesday, Assad told ABC… (READ MORE)

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Syria’s Assad Disclaims Responsibility for Protest Deaths

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has denied responsibility for the killing of thousands of anti-government protesters, telling a U.S. journalist he does not control the forces implementing his country’s brutal crackdown. In a rare interview to air Wednesday, President Assad tells… (READ MORE)

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At Least 13 Killed in Syrian Protest Violence

Human rights activists say Syrian forces have killed at least 13 people during anti-government protests around the country Friday, as the government faces new accusations that it may be guilty of “crimes against humanity.” The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights… (READ MORE)

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Opposition, Rights Group Urge Arab League to Suspend Syria

Syrian opposition activists say they will use protests planned for Friday to call for a suspension of the country’s Arab League membership. The move comes as the 22-member League prepares for an emergency meeting in Cairo on Saturday to discuss… (READ MORE)

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