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
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 [Telegraph.co.uk] - 17.14 Hundreds of people took to the streets in the port city of Latakia in Syria today chanting "freedom" after President Basharal-Assad made a speech playing down unprecedented protests against his rule. Several residents said they heard shots fired
30.03.2011 [The Guardian] - It is symbolic of Israel's confusion that it is fearful of the fall of its enemy, Basharal-Assad, the president of Syria and sponsor of Hamas and Hezbollah. Shlomo Bron, a defence analyst at Tel Aviv University, said: "We have not had any special
29.03.2011 [Washington Post] - Supporters of Syrian President Basharal-Assad demonstrate in Damascus. Pledging allegiance to Assad as he faces the biggest challenge to his 11-year rule, hundreds of thousands of Syrians gathered in a central Damascus square Tuesday
30.03.2011 [CNN (blog)] - AL-ASSAD SAYS HIS GOVERNMENT WILL NOT FALL - Syrian President Basharal-Assad defied expectations and dashed widespread hopes Wednesday when he made no mention of lifting a state of emergency in a national address. He acknowledged that Syrians want
30.03.2011 President Basharal-Assad accepts the resignation of the entire Syrian government, state media confirm, in a move to appease anti-government protesters http://link.ft.com/r/J0VG55/9ZOWFA/G4PO8/6VHX88/3OU5J2/XL/h?a1=2011&a2=3&a3=30 ...