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Comment: After 60,000 deaths in Syria, why aren’t we acting?

TweetThe general conversation on Syria has been rather quiet of late; and Syria has noticed. One Syrian blogger in Homs, referenced by CNN, recently noted that attempts by the international community are too little, too late, saying: “Syrians are doing things on their own and no one will help them.” Rebels resisting their government’s terrorism […]

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Situation deteriorates in Yemen, while tension builds in Syria

William Hague has said UK nationals should leave Yemen immediately while commercial flights are available as Royal Marines are stationed off the coast.

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Syria: Footage from the frontline

Dominic Browne reports on the brave citizen-reporting from inside Syria which is brining the crimes of Assad’s regime to the world’s attention.

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Syria: A nation bloody but defiant

Dominic Browne reports on the atrocities committed by the regime of President Assad in Syria prior to a heroic day of defiance taking place in the country today.

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Perestroika deemed too dangerous for under-threat Syrian regime

Shashank Joshi analyses of the current situation in Syria, the threats to its regime and the barriers to change.

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Wave of unrest spreads to Syria

As the world comes to terms with intervention in Libya, and while Yemen and Bahrain once again resort to violence to quell popular uprisings, another Arab state has begun to feel the familiar rumbling of unrest, reports Seph Brown.

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