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The inspectors of the United Nation confirmed in the report they issued that the use of Sarin gas in the chemical attacks launched by the Syrian regime against Ghouta in rural Damascus last month. In the report, the inspectors argued that: "surface-to-surface missiles had been launched” from the areas which are under the control of the regime. Hence, there is an implied reference that the regime forces are in charge of…
The Assad regime considers the U.S.-Russia agreement a mandate to continue to commit massacres using conventional weaponry. The international community must enable the Syrian people to protect themselves. The General Assembly of the National Coalition of Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces has concluded the work of its 9th meeting held on September 13th - 15th  Istanbul, Turkey. The General Assembly held lengthy discussions on the latest political and military situation in…
The Syrian Democratic Turkmen Movement expressed its reservation about the agreement signed between the Syrian Coalition and the Kurdish National Council as well as its rejection to threatening the sovereignty of the Syrian people and land. In a statement, the movement said: “We call upon all honest people to reject any agreement that would threaten the sovereignty of the Syrian people and land. We consider the latest agreement between the…
Turkish Foreign Minister, Professor Ahmet Davutoğlu, met with President of the Syrian Coalition Ahmad al-Assi al-Jarba and Prime Minister of the interim government, Dr. Ahmad Tomeh on Sunday evening. Mr. Davutoğlu welcomed the formation of the interim government stressing the need to be aware of “the dangers resulting from the international community’s inaction regarding the use of chemical weapons.” Mr. Davutoğlu emphasized “the need to tightly control border crossings with…
Members of the Syrian National Coalition elected Ahmad Toumah Al Khudur as President of the Interim Government despite opposition from the United States and Russia, who have both sought to form a transitional government in Geneva, according to an informed source. In a statement to the Media Office of the Coalition with Toumah, he said "that the government will be composed of 12 ministries that will develop a strategic plan…
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