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Syria’s Opposition Chooses New Leader – TIME



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Syria's Opposition Chooses New Leader
TIME
The Syrian opposition has chosen a provisional prime minister who will take on the job of regaining order to areas no longer controlled by President Bashar Assad. Coalition members shared the news with Reuters on Saturday, the same day U.S. Secretary of 
Syrian Opposition Elects Interim Prime MinisterVoice of America

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Iraqi Shiite fighters flock to Assad’s side – The Daily Star



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Iraqi Shiite fighters flock to Assad's side
The Daily Star
BAGHDAD: Among the Iranian pilgrims, foreign executives and tourists in the departure lounge at Baghdad airport, a group of young Iraqis prepare to wage religious war in Syria – not for the rebels trying to topple President Bashar Assad but against them.
Famed singer turned radical Islamist sells home for Syrian revolutionAl-Bawaba

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Morsi cuts Egypt’s Syria ties, backs no-fly zone – Jerusalem Post



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Morsi cuts Egypt's Syria ties, backs no-fly zone
Jerusalem Post
CAIRO- Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said he had cut all diplomatic ties with Damascus on Saturday and called for a no-fly zone over Syria, pitching the most populous Arab state firmly against President Bashar Assad. Addressing a rally called by Sunni 
Morsi cuts Egypt's Syria tiesYnetnews
Egypt cuts ties with SyriaGlobalPost
Egypt cuts relations with Syrian governmentLa Crosse Tribune
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EU Foreign Ministers Seek Solution on Syria Arms – ABC News



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EU Foreign Ministers Seek Solution on Syria Arms
ABC News
The European Union foreign affairs ministers will debate whether to ease sanctions against Syria to allow for weapons shipments to rebels fighting the regime of Syria's President Bashar Assad. Britain is the most outspoken proponent of nixing the arms
EU on Syria: Is Unity Needed?Wall Street Journal (blog)
EU Ministers Debating Arms To Syrian RebelsRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Syrian Opposition Disputes Prevent Decision on Peace TalksVoice of America
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Syrian regime troops score gains, push into strategic rebel-held town near … – Washington Post



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Syrian regime troops score gains, push into strategic rebel-held town near
Washington Post
BEIRUT — Syrian troops pushed into a rebel-held town near the Lebanese border on Sunday, fighting house-to-house and bombing from the air as President Bashar Assad tried to strengthen his grip on a strategic strip of land running from the capital to the
Syria army regains large part of strategic al-Qussair cityXinhua
Syrian troops move to reclaim Qusair from rebelsFinancial Times
Hezbollah steps up Syria battle, Israel threatens more strikesReuters
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Rights group accuses Syria of war crimes – Atlanta Journal Constitution



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Rights group accuses Syria of war crimes
Atlanta Journal Constitution
A human rights advocacy group accused the Syrian authorities of war crimes Thursday for ordering indiscriminate and in some cases deliberate airstrikes against civilians, the latest testimony that President Bashar Assad is using increasingly harsh tactics
Activists: Battle in Syria's South Kills 50Voice of America
Civilian deaths in Syria documented by rights groupLos Angeles Times
Syria crisis: G8 foreign ministers meet as rebels demand weapons – Thursday 11 The Guardian
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Arslan calls Assad, condemns Damascus blast – The Daily Star



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Arslan calls Assad, condemns Damascus blast
The Daily Star
BEIRUT: Lebanese Democratic Party leader MP Talal Arslan condemned Tuesday during a telephone conversation with President Bashar Assad a blast that rocked the Syrian capital a day earlier, the National News Agency reported. “Arslan called Assad and

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Syria activists say 20 killed in army airstrikes – Houston Chronicle



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Syria activists say 20 killed in army airstrikes
Houston Chronicle
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — Syrian government airstrikes killed at least 20 people as the army pressed ahead Sunday with its campaign to crush the rebellion against President Bashar Assad, activists said. State television said the primary goal of the airstrikes
Government shells civilians in AleppoThe Daily Star
All Share ServicesSalon
Syria oil industry buckling under rebel gainsThe Associated Press
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Raw: Syria bomb kills pro-Assad Sunni preacher – USA TODAY



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Raw: Syria bomb kills pro-Assad Sunni preacher
USA TODAY
A suicide bombing tore through a mosque in the Syrian capital Thursday, killing a top Sunni Muslim preacher and longtime supporter of President Bashar Assad along with at least 41 other people. (March 21). Post to Facebook. Raw: Syria bomb kills
Suicide bombing kills top pro-Assad preacherThe Hindu
Syrian president condemns Damascus mosque blast killing prominent cleric, 42 Xinhua
Pro-Assad Cleric Killed in Blast in DamascusNew York Times
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Suicide bombing kills top pro-Assad preacher – The Hindu



The Hindu
Suicide bombing kills top pro-Assad preacher
The Hindu
A suicide bomb ripped through a mosque in the heart of the Syrian capital on Thursday, killing a top Sunni Muslim preacher and outspoken supporter of President Bashar Assad in one of the most stunning assassinations of Syria's 2-year-old civil war. At least
Pro-Assad cleric among 42 killed in Damascus bombingAFP

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