Uprisings

Russia Continues to Profit From Syrian Genocide

Russia said Wednesday it was delivering military hardware and light weapons to the governments of Syria as it expands sales and maintains its footing in some of the world’s deadliest conflicts

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The Anonymous Boy Who Helped Ignite Syria’s Revolution

In a listless border town, the teenager goes unnoticed, one of the hundreds of thousands of refugees who have fled the Syrian civil war, dashing across villages and farms to land in Jordan, just five miles from home. But this young man carries a burden — maybe an honor, too — that almost no one else shares

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A Voice From Inside a Syrian Refugee Camp

As the Syrian conflict intensifies, thousands of people are fleeing every day for neighbouring Jordan. The Za’atari border camp is now home to almost 90,000 people

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Tunisian Uprising After Regime Critic is Murdered

Tunisia has dissolved its government in an attempt to stem violent protests sparked by the assassination of a liberal opposition politician, in the biggest threat to the country’s stability since the Arab Spring

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Syrian Humanitarian Crisis Continues to Deteriorate

Two years into the conflict, the humanitarian situation in Syria continues to deteriorate, a spokesperson of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

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210,000 Syrian Children in Dire Need of Help…

The U.N. children’s agency says 420,000 people – half of them children – need immediate help in Syria’s western governorate of Homs

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Syrian Rebels Recover Scores of Bodies from Aleppo River

Rebel groups in Aleppo say they have recovered more than 100 bodies from a small river in the south of the city and say more are yet to be dragged from the water after what appears to be one of the biggest massacres to have taken place in the war-ravaged city

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Syrian Dictator’s Mom Defects, Leaves Country

President Bashar al-Assad’s mother Anisa Makhlouf and other members of his inner circle have fled to the United Arab Emirates as the regime of the embattled president appeared to disintegrate, recent reports confirmed

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Egyptian Clashes Between Protestors and Government Continue

Police tear-gassed protesters in Cairo on Monday as clashes still gripped Egypt despite a declared state of emergency. The main opposition group meanwhile rejects president Morsi’s call for a dialogue as unrest enters its fifth day. The violent unrest across Egypt rages on despite a 30-day state of emergency in Egypt starting Monday evening that President Morsi declared earlier.

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Syria’s Evil Dictator Makes Rare Televised Appearance

Syria’s embattled President Bashar al-Assad attended prayers at a mosque in the capital on Thursday, making a rare public appearance, as his troops blasted rebel districts in the flashpoint city of Homs

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