28.06.2012 [San Bernardino Sun] - KHAN SHEIKHOUN, Syria—Her daughter, 8, often hides in a closet, terrified of flying bullets. Her son, 6, still asks for his father months after he turned up in a morgue.
28.06.2012 [Strategy Page] - June 28, 2012: On June 21st, a Syrian Air Force colonel, flying a MiG-21, flew to Jordan and received political asylum The colonel joined over 100000 other Syriancivilians who had fled to Jordan This was the first time a Syr.
28.06.2012 [Sky News] - Some 30000 Syriancivilians are thought to have fled to Turkey since the uprising against President Bashar al Assad began in February last year. On Thursday, a Syrian pilot landed his Russian-made MiG-21 fighter at an airfield in Jordan before defecting.
25.06.2012 [AFP] - In addition to the defectors, 28 Syriancivilians, mostly women and children, fled to Turkey and were taken to a camp in Sanliurfa province near the border, reported Anatolia. But the defectors, together with their families, were taken to Apaydin camp
12.06.2012 [Democracy Now] - The U.N. is warning of new dangers to Syriancivilians as the regime of President Bashar al-Assad escalates attacks on embattled areas and Syrian rebels target government forces and infrastructure. U.N. observers have witnessed Syrian forces attacking
15.06.2012 [The Daily Star] - A few hundred protesters who rallied in Tripoli heard Sheikh Zakaria Masri condemn Syria's Baath Party for committing atrocities against Syriancivilians: “[The party] has gone beyond that of the enemies of the Arabs and the Muslims, the Zionist Jews.”
03.06.2012 [Human Events] - Last weekend, as Americans prepared to celebrate Memorial Day and commemorated the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, Bashar Assad unleashed tanks, artillery and his Quds force-trained shabiha militia to kill more than 100 Syriancivilians -- most of
28.06.2012 [Human Rights First] - “With arms flowing unabated to the regime forces and opposition attacks on non-military targets emerging, it is clear that unless there is an immediate ceasefire, innocent Syriancivilians will continue to lose their lives,” says Hameed. “In this