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Syria PM defects, accuses Assad regime of genocide
Syria PM defects, accuses Assad regime of genocide

Syria's prime minister joined the rebels and accused President Bashar al-Assad of carrying out "genocide" against his own people, prompting Washington to say the regime was "crumbling".

Syria PM defects, accuses Assad regime of genocide
US stands firm against arming Syrian rebels
US stands firm against arming Syrian rebels

The US is stepping up support for the Syrian rebels but, despite the failure of UN envoy Kofi Annan's mission, is sticking to its refusal to pour arms into a complex conflict.

US stands firm against arming Syrian rebels
Violence rages in Aleppo, Damascus: NGO
Violence rages in Aleppo, Damascus: NGO

At least 13 people were killed across Syria on Saturday as fierce fighting raged in Aleppo and Damascus, the country's two biggest cities.

Violence rages in Aleppo, Damascus: NGO
Obama signs covert action backing Syrian rebels: reports
Obama signs covert action backing Syrian rebels: reports

President Barack Obama has signed a covert document authorizing US support for Syrian rebels locked in a battle to overthrow beleaguered President Bashar al-Assad, reports said Wednesday.

Obama signs covert action backing Syrian rebels: reports
First clashes near Christian areas of Damascus: NGO
First clashes near Christian areas of Damascus: NGO

Fighting between soldiers and rebels broke out on Wednesday for the first time near two Christian districts of Damascus.

First clashes near Christian areas of Damascus: NGO
Syria troops, rebels clash near Aleppo intelligence HQ: NGO
Syria troops, rebels clash near Aleppo intelligence HQ: NGO

Syrian troops and rebels fought pitched battles near an intelligence headquarters in Aleppo on Tuesday as a military offensive in Syria's commercial capital raged into a fourth day.

Syria troops, rebels clash near Aleppo intelligence HQ: NGO
UN: 200,000 flee Aleppo as Syria battle rages
UN: 200,000 flee Aleppo as Syria battle rages

Around 200,000 civilians have fled fighting in Syria's most populous city Aleppo and many more were trapped, the UN said as a fierce government offensive against rebels entered a second day.

UN: 200,000 flee Aleppo as Syria battle rages
Syria rebels ready for 'mother of all battles' in Aleppo
Syria rebels ready for 'mother of all battles' in Aleppo

Rebel forces were bracing Friday for a decisive "mother of all" battles in Aleppo, as Washington warned the Syrian army could be preparing to carry out a massacre in the country's second city.

Syria rebels ready for 'mother of all battles' in Aleppo
Syria rebels say chemical weapons moved to borders
Syria rebels say chemical weapons moved to borders

Syrian rebels have accused strongman Bashar al-Assad of moving chemical weapons to the country's borders, after his beleaguered regime said it would use its stockpiles if attacked.

Syria rebels say chemical weapons moved to borders
Syria rebels seize Iraq border as UN action blocked
Syria rebels seize Iraq border as UN action blocked

Rebels seized control of Syria's border crossings with Iraq on the bloodiest day of the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad, as China and Russia dismayed the West by blocking UN action against his regime.

Syria rebels seize Iraq border as UN action blocked
Rebels battle to 'liberate' Syria capital
Rebels battle to 'liberate' Syria capital

Rebels declared the battle to "liberate" Damascus has begun as heavy fighting raged across the city on Tuesday and Russia said an agreement is possible for a UN resolution on the Syria crisis.

Rebels battle to 'liberate' Syria capital
Damascus rocked by 'most intense' fighting of revolt
Damascus rocked by 'most intense' fighting of revolt

Syria's army blasted rebel strongholds in Damascus with mortars Sunday, sparking the "most intense" fighting in the capital since the revolt erupted 16 months ago.

Damascus rocked by 'most intense' fighting of revolt
Islamists smash Timbuktu relics, plant mines in north Mali
Islamists smash Timbuktu relics, plant mines in north Mali

Islamist rebels smashed the entrance of a 15th-century Timbuktu mosque on Monday, while their Al-Qaeda allies in northern Mali cut off the key city of Gao by planting landmines all around it.

Islamists smash Timbuktu relics, plant mines in north Mali
Natural riches at heart of Myanmar civil war
Natural riches at heart of Myanmar civil war

Poring over pictures of bullet-riddled bodies and charred villages, peace mediators say Myanmar's far north is writhing in the grip of a "resource war" with no end in sight.

Natural riches at heart of Myanmar civil war