British news outlets with a presence in Syria are reporting that former Cleveland Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich, now a commentator on Fox News, conducted an interview for the network on Tuesday with Syrian president Basharal-Assad.
30.03.2011 [GulfNews] - Supporters gather in central Damascus on Tuesday, March 29, pledging allegiance to President BasharAl Assad as he faces the biggest challenge to his 11-year rule. Image Credit: AP Dubai: Syrian President
30.03.2011 [Reuters UK] - Syrian President Basharal-Assad accepted his cabinet's resignation on Tuesday after nearly two weeks of pro-democracy unrest that has posed a grave challenge to his 11-year rule. But this was unlikely to satisfy protesters since the cabinet has little
30.03.2011 [Forex Pros] - DAMASCUS - President Basharal-Assad sought to deflect the greatest challenge to his 11-year rule by mobilising tens of thousands of Syrians in mass rallies across the country on Tuesday in response to pro-democracy protests. MOHALI, India - The prime
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] - 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.
30.03.2011 Syrian President Basharal-Assad, who Tuesday accepted the resignation of the government, will address the nation on Wednesday for the first time since March 15 of a movement unprecedented authoritarian regime in place for over four ...
30.03.2011 President Basharal-Assad accepted the resignations Tuesday, the same day that tens of thousands of Syrians poured onto the streets of Damascus to demonstrate in favor of the government. A new government should be named within hours, ...
After nearly two years of shunning American media, it seems Syrian president Basharal-Assad has become quite the Chatty Cathy. He reportedly sat down for his second American interview this month, this time with Fox News' Dennis Kucinich, on Tuesday.