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‘Stopping terrorism is our priority’ says Syria’s presidential adviser

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

  Jan 24, 2014, BBC Syria’s warring parties are beginning formal peace talks in Geneva for the first time since the conflict began three years ago, but they will not be face-to-face. The government and rebel delegations will sit in separate rooms, and conduct negotiations through the UN mediator. Diplomats …

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Geneva II – Syrian Foreign Minister: “The West Publicly Claims to Be Fighting Terrorism, Whilst It Is Covertly Nourishing It.”

Jan 22, 2014, Global Research Montreux, (SANA) – The international conference on Syria, Geneva2, kicked off on Wednesday morning with the participation of Syria’s official delegation, headed by Deputy Premier, Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Walid al-Moallem. Minister al-Moallem said at the opening session of the conference:    Ladies and Gentlemen, On …

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U.N. chief invites Iran to Geneva 2, Syria opposition threatens to withdraw

Jan 19, 2014, Reuters Syria’s political opposition said on Monday it will withdraw from international peace talks scheduled this week unless United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon retracts an invitation to Iran, President Bashar al-Assad’s main backer. Washington, however, suggested it could support Iran’s participation if it explicitly declares its support …

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Volgograd and the Conquest of Eurasia: Has the House of Saud seen its Stalingrad?

Jan 4, 2014, Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya The events in Volgograd are part of a much larger body of events and a multi-faceted struggle that has been going on for decades as part of a cold war after the Cold War—the post-Cold War cold war, if you please—that was a result …

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Iran should attend Syria talks: Straw [VIDEO]

  Jan 9, 2014, Press TV Former British Foreign Secretary and a present member of the UK Parliament Jack Straw has called for Iran’s participation in the upcoming international talks on the crisis in Syria. “We believe very strongly that a solution to the terrible situation in Syria is only …

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The Last Chance for Peace in Syria?

US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) meets with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah during a tour to the Middle East.

Dec 23, 2013, Counterpunch The war in Syria grinds on, an endless wreckage of shattered limbs and lives. The blood flows across borders, fueling the religious sectarian killing across the Middle East that is the life-blood of the Syrian conflict. Hopes rose in Syria after Obama’s last minute decision not to …

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Al Qaeda Rebels Supported by Uncle Sam: US, Allies to Blame for Chemical Attack in Syria

Nov 2, 2013, Global Research An analyst says the United States and its allies in the region are to blame for having helped militants in Syria to launch the deadly chemical attack on civilians in August. Michel Chossudovsky told Press TV in an interview on Friday that the US-led “military …

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Saudis hell bent on stalling Syria solution: US analyst

  Nov 6, 2013, Press TV Saudi Arabia is “hell bent” on disrupting any peaceful solution to the deadly crisis plaguing Syria, a political commentator tells Press TV. In an interview with Press TV on Tuesday, Lawrence Freeman, with the Executive Intelligence Review, described the Al Saud regime’s all-out support …

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