So we're rooting for... who?
As the U.S. debates whether to intervene on behalf of the rebels fighting against Bashar al-Assad in Syria, evidence continues to mount that the resistance has adopted many of Assad’s brutal tactics
It seems that rogue Senator McCain just isn't sure who he met with in Syria, but he is sure that Obama needs to listen to whoever those people were and get the U.S. militarily involved in Syria by enforcing a no-fly zone and supplying weapons.
Video: U.N. human rights investigators have gathered testimony from casualties of Syria's civil war and medical staff indicating that rebel forces have used the nerve agent sarin, one of the lead investigators said on Sunday.
Sheikh Mohammad Said Ramadan al-Buti, a top Sunni preacher and supporter of President Bashar al-Assad, was one of 42 people killed in a suicide bombing at a mosque in Damascus on Friday. In response, Assad has stated that his forces will “wipe out” and “clean our country” of the Muslim extremists he believes are responsible for the attack.
Syrians trade blame over chemical attack that reportedly has killed 25 people and wounded dozens.
Watch The Battle for Syria on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE. Frontline journeys to the heart of the Syrian insurgency, embedding with rebels who are waging a full-scale assault on Assad’s forces. But how organized are Syria’s opposition
The video above shows the areas of Syria that are experiencing violent clashes and shelling on Tuesday morning. The Syrian regime is using Twitter to try to clarify recent comments about the country's weapons of mass
Here we go again with these neocons pushing for the United States to get involved in another war in the Middle East. From this Wednesday's Andrea Mitchell Reports, too wrong to fail former George W. Bush adviser who is now advising the Romney
News of the day for May 14, 1978 - Sabre rattling between Ethiopia and Somalia. Sabre rattling between China and Russia. U.S. Military experts traveling to China, Taiwan views it as slap in the face. Russian language newspaper in Manhattan bombed by pro-Israeli group Jewish Resistance, no injuries. Senate readies to vote potential veto of Jimmy Carter's F-15 Fighter package to Israel, Egypt and Suadi Arabia. Northwest Airlines continues negotiations with union. Abel Muzorewa threatens to quit bi-racial transitional government of Ian Smith. American companies in Iran told to restrict employees movements due to anti-government violence.
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