29.03.2011 [Politico] - Scarborough asks, where's the indignation when it comes to despots like Basharal-Assad? | Reuters Close By JOE SCARBOROUGH | 3/29/11 4:44 AM EDT Self-righteousness is a dangerous vice. It breeds arrogance and moral blind spots for those who come to
30.03.2011 [SodaHead News] - In Syria, he says, "The monstrous Basharal-Assad regime is slaughtering his own people by the hundreds." And in Yemen, where "Government snipers shoot unarmed women and children from the rooftops ..." Scarborough goes on to mention the humanitarian
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31.03.2011 [CNBC.com] - Meanwhile in Syria, President Basharal-Assad refused to meet protesters' demands. Oil prices were higher Thursday. European stocks were lower in early trading, with banks among the weakest performers ahead of the publication of new Irish bank stress
31.03.2011 [Wall Street Journal] - Syria's President Basharal-Assad offered no concrete concessions in a much-anticipated speech to Parliament and blamed foreign enemies for plotting unrest in the country through a series of antigovernment demonstrations over the past two weeks.
31.03.2011 [AFP] - Across in Syria, protesters called for rallies after weekly Muslim prayers on Friday, upping the pressure on President Basharal-Assad after he dashed hopes of an end to decades of emergency rule. Assad is facing domestic pressure unprecedented in his
31.03.2011 [Aljazeera.net] - Thursday's announcement came a day after Basharal-Assad, the Syrian president, blamed "conspirators" for anti-government protests in a speech in which he was widely expected to unveil reforms demanded by protesters but simply said "staying without
25.03.2011 [AFP] - PARIS — Syrian opposition leaders-in-exile called in Paris for the downfall of President Basharal-Assad, asking France to maintain pressure on the Syrian leader to "halt the killing of innocents." "The state of Syria must stand, but the regime must
29.03.2011 [AFP] - Syrian President Basharal-Assad is to address the nation Wednesday in his first speech since the unrest against his rule erupted and a day after his cabinet resigned, a senior official said. The president is expected to elaborate on a string of
30.03.2011 [WTAQ] - Syrian President BasharAl-Assad addresses the parliament in Damascus in this still image taken from a video footage March 30, 2011. REUTERS/Syrian state TV via Reuters TV WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Syrian President Basharal-Assad's speech on Wednesday
15.03.2011 [Aljazeera.net] - Protesters in Damascus call for freedom in rare display of dissent against Basharal-Assad's Baathist regime. Protesters have demonstrated in Damascus, the Syrian capital, in a rare show of dissent against the country's hardline regime.
28.03.2011 [Aljazeera.net] - Troops patrolled the streets of Latakia - a religiously diverse port city 350km northwest of the capital, Damascus - in force on Sunday, in response to a wave of unrest that has put president Basharal-Assad under unprecedented pressure.
24.03.2011 [Middle East Media Research Institute] - Following are excerpts from a statement by the Union of Arab Syrian Clans and Tribes, posted on the Internet on March 21, 201. The statement was read by lawyer Sheik Ali Issa Al-Ubeidi. Sheik Ali Issa Al-Ubeidi: "In the name of Allah, the Merciful
30.03.2011 [English News] -  At the same time, Syrian opposition sources said Iran had sent units of the Revolutionary Guard and Hezbollah to help Tehran's ally, Syrian President Basharal-Assad, suppress anti-regime protests in his country.  Last month, Shiite-led protests
31.03.2011 [CRIENGLISH.com] - Syrian President Basharal-Assad has blamed conspiracies for two weeks of unprecedented anti-government protests and stopped short of offering a widely anticipated reform package during his first address since the unrest began.
30.03.2011 [So…t Worker Online] - Mohammed is the perfect scapegoat for the Syrian dictator Basharal-Assad, who would like to believe that it is 20000 outside agitators protesting in his country, and not his own citizenry. Mohammed isn't from Syria; he holds dual Egyptian and US
26.03.2011 [Aljazeera.net (blog)] - His arrest comes amid unprecedented nationwide protests against the government of Basharal-Assad, who has ruled Syria since 2000 after succeeding his father, Hafez, who served as president for 29 years. Radwan is the second American citizen to be