December 5, 2011

07:45 GMT

The Syrian Foreign Ministry is expected to announce today Damascus' stance following contacts between the Minister of Foreign Affairs Walid Muallem and League of Arab States Secretary General.

December 4, 2011

14:04 GMT

A Gulf state, likely Qatar, has offered to pay US$100 million for the defection of Syrian foreign minister Walid al-Muallem from the Assad regime.

December 3, 2011

12:10 GMT

Continued violence in Syria left at least 18 people dead on Saturday

December 1, 2011

11:01 GMT

The United States and Russia have been working on a plan to end the Syrian crisis.

08:35 GMT

Egypt industrial sector fears losses

November 30, 2011

12:15 GMT

A gunman who opened fire in a famous tourist site of İstanbul and wounded two people was killed in a clash with police.

November 29, 2011

Libyan rebels
13:35 GMT

Libyan sources conveyed in recent days that 600 rebel fighters have already gone from Libya to Syria in order to support the Syrian opposition.

07:36 GMT

Iraq's economic interests as well as Iranian pressures have pushed the Iraqi government to oppose the decision of the Arab League to impose tough economic sanctions on Syria.

November 28, 2011

Syrian victim
16:59 GMT

Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem said on Monday that the Arab League's decision on Sunday to impose tough economic sanctions on Damascus "closed all windows with Syria."

November 27, 2011

15:11 GMT

The Arab League on Sunday voted to impose unprecedented sanctions against the Syrian government over its violent crackdown against protesters.

07:45 GMT

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the civilian death toll reached on Saturday to 27 people

November 25, 2011

17:45 GMT

The Syrian military vowed Friday to "cut every evil hand that targets Syrian blood

November 24, 2011

17:35 GMT

Eleven members of the Syrian regime's security forces and two deserters were killed in clashes on Thursday in the province of Homs

November 22, 2011

Jet fighters
09:43 GMT

Senior European sources said that Arab jet fighters, and possibly Turkish warplanes, backed by American logistic support will implement a no fly zone in Syria's skies.

November 21, 2011

Erdogan and Assad
15:22 GMT

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Monday urged Syrian president Bashar al-Assad to end his violent crackdown on anti-regime protestors