29.03.2011 [NPR] - We turn now to the unrest in Syria where President Basharal-Assad has accepted his Cabinet's resignation and promised to introduce new reforms that would, quote, "make the people happy." The move follows a now familiar script.
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30.03.2011 [CNN] - But unlike in Egypt and Tunisia, the government supported the development of local technology, at least before the protests that pushed President Basharal-Assad on Tuesday to announce the resignation of most of the country's government officials.
29.03.2011 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - By Patrick O'Connor Tim Pawlenty called on President Barack Obama Monday night to take punitive action against Syrian President Basharal-Assad, as the former Minnesota governor seeks to bolster his foreign-policy credentials ahead of the GOP
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
20.03.2011 [CNN (blog)] - A picture of Syrian President Basharal-Assad at the entrance of a store at a market in Damascus. Syria's Ministry of Interior set up a committee to investigate Friday's deadly demonstrations in Diraa, the Syrian news agency SANA reported Saturday.
24.03.2011 [CNN] - (CNN) -- The Kurdish people of Syria have not joined the current wave of unrest with any significant demonstrations against President Basharal-Assad and his ruling Baath party. But that could change.
29.03.2011 [CNN (blog)] - That's how many days are left—not for Moammar Gadhafi, Basharal-Assad, or Ali Abdullah Saleh - no leave the Middle East behind for just a few minutes. That's how many days are left until the FY2011 Continuing Resolution that kept the government going