March 25, 2012
Deserters attacked at dawn security centers of the regime in the region of Damascus, while government troops continued its offensive against the rebel cities including Homs
March 23, 2012
According to diplomatic sources, the EU is to adopt Friday a new series of sanctions against the Syrian regime which are expected to include the wife, mother, sister and sister in-law of the Syrian president.
March 22, 2012
The U.N. Security Council adopted Wednesday a statement, calling on Damascus to cooperate with envoy Kofi Annan.
March 21, 2012
According to the opposition Coordinating Committees of the Syrian Revolt, at least 70 people were killed Wednesday by regime forces, mainly in Hama.
What if the mystery sexy photographed woman appearing in Bashar al-Assad's private emails is his wife Asma?
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad "made many mistakes" despite repeated calls from Moscow to the Syrian security forces and Syrian rebels to renounce violence and engage in dialogue
Lebanese officials and banks assured a senior U.S. official that Lebanon was fully committed to all financial sanctions on Syria and Iran.
March 20, 2012
The U.N. Security Council is to consider Tuesday a draft declaration calling for "additional measures" if Syria does not accept mediation proposals of Kofi Annan
Assad's E-bombshell: The practically naked secret sex-pot's out the bag.
The wife of Syrian President Bashar Assad, Asma, will be included in the "black list" drawn up by the European Union following the repression of the opposition in Syria.
March 19, 2012
The head of the International Red Cross, Jakob Kellenberger, said on Monday he had received in Moscow "positive indications of support" to his request for a truce of two hours daily
At least two terrorists and a security guard were killed in clashes that broke out Monday morning between security forces and armed "terrorist" groups in an upscale neighborhood of the Syrian capital
Syrian government forces are fighting against members of the so-called free Syrian Army (FSA) in a neighborhood of Damascus
March 18, 2012
Online shopping sprees could see the British born wife of the Syrian President held liable for up to two years in prison as she may have broken financial sanctions imposed on her killing spree husband by shopping.
A suicide car bombing attack reported Sunday in Aleppo, Syria's largest city, caused deaths and injuries, reported the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights.