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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Western powers are ‘antithetical to peace’ in Syria: The Warmongering Empire wants WAR not PEACE!

Hillary Clinton’s discussion of a no-fly zone over Syria is a violation of the UN charter of the Geneva Accords, journalist and activist Don DeBar told RT.
The US Secretary of State discussed plans to undermine the Syrian government, during a meeting with Turkey’s Foreign Minister on Saturday.
Clinton and her Turkish counterpart, Ahmet Davutoglu, indicated they are exploring a number of measures to aid the Syrian opposition, Reuters reported.
Don DeBar spoke to RT about the involvement of western powers in the Syrian conflict.
Read More: Western powers are ‘antithetical to peace’ in Syria — RT

Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R) shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton before their meeting in Istanbul.(REUTERS / Handout)Today: 18:0683 comments

US and Turkey to consider no-fly zones for Syria

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu are considering implementing no-fly zones for Syria after holding Saturday talks in Istanbul.
Syria unrest
Syrian opposition's Shaam News Network shows Syrian men inspecting the damage allegedly caused by shelling by regime forces of a shopping district in Zabadani, 40 km northwest of the capital Damascus, in the Rif Damascus province on August 8, 2012. (AFP Photo / Shaam News Network)Today: 16:4520 comments

Clashes erupt near UN observers’ hotel in Damascus – RT report

More clashes and street fighting are being reported in Syria’s capital. RT’s Oksana Boyko reports of “new intense clashes being heard” in Damascus “just outside the steps of the hotel UN observers are staying at.”
Syria unrest
 Syrian refugees gather at the Zaatari Camp, Jordan’s first official camp for Syrian refugees fleeing violence in their country, in Mafraq, near the Syrian border  (AFP Photo / Khalil Mazraawi)Today: 01:3154 comments

Syrian and Jordanian troops clash at border – report

Fighting involving armored vehicles broke out Friday night between Jordanian and Syrian troops in a border region. Reuters cited an unnamed Syrian opposition activist who witnessed the incident.
Syria unrest
Syrian rebel fighters stand around an anti-aircraft machinegun mounted on a truck in the northern city of Aleppo (AFP Photo / Ahmad Gharabli)10.08, 23:4445 comments

UK vows $7.8 mln to Syrian rebels, US readies more sanctions

British Foreign Secretary William Hague offered nearly $8 million to Syrian rebels in non-military support while the US prepares new sanctions to target Damascus and its allies. But will taking sides in a civil war only lead to more bloodshed?
Syria unrest
Syrian civilians walk past a destroyed tank in the northern city of Aleppo (AFP Photo / Ahmad Gharabli)09.08, 14:5724 comments

‘No player takes opinion of Syrian people into account’

The escalating militarization of the Syrian conflict only favors foreign players’ interests, claims Phyllis Bennis, director of the New Internationalism Project at the Institute of Policy Studies, and an activist on the Middle East.

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