Topic: Damascus (Syria)
According to state-run media in Syria, two car bombs went off in Damascus today. The government is blaming 'armed terrorists.'
12/23/2011 09:13 am
A look back at some of the predicted US outcomes for the Iraq war, and what happened.
12/22/2011 12:04 pm
Most of the Syrian refugees recovering in a Lebanese hospital are from small towns near the border. Their stories illustrate the perils facing many Syrians as Assad's regime cracks down.
12/20/2011 01:53 pm
Human rights groups estimate that at least 110 Syrians were killed yesterday, which would be the highest single-day death toll in the nine-month uprising.
12/20/2011 08:24 am
Syria agreed to the monitors today in Cairo, just two days before the Arab League was set to push for action against Syria at the United Nations.
12/19/2011 08:31 am
Two new human rights reports detail abuses by the Assad regime, but also show a growing use of violence by the opposition.
12/16/2011 08:26 am
That the Iraqis were in a position to kick the US out is probably the main accomplishment of the Iraq war.
12/15/2011 01:15 pm
As both the Syrian regime and the opposition harden their positions, a nationwide strike aimed at bringing down President Assad through peaceful means looks unlikely to succeed.
12/12/2011 12:32 pm
Syria protesters have organized a 'desperate' last act of civil disobedience to try to stop the Assad regime's nine-month crackdown.
12/12/2011 08:25 am
Before the calls come to commit US forces to an intervention in Syria, the Obama administration must take a hard look at what happened in Libya. The politically safe, low-risk, low-reward intervention in Libya shouldn’t be repeated in Syria.
12/07/2011 12:39 pm