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Syria News - Nov 17

By bartolo - Posted on 16 November 2012


Ras al-Ayn: The armed Syrian opposition is moving forward with its plan to establish a buffer zone along the border with Turkey - Al Akhbar English

Ras al-Ain: Rebels in Syria waiting to see if new opposition umbrella group can deliver international aid -

Syria-Turkey border town deals with fighting - CNN

Barzani’s Kurdish Policies Raise Questions in Turkey - Al-Monitor

Iraqi president: Turkey failed to accurately read Syria - World Bulletin

Panetta says US supports Patriot deployment in Turkey - todayszaman


Rebels endure bombs and hostility in Aleppo - gulfnews

1 killed, 4 wounded in suicide attack - Aleppo - Voice of Russia

Democratic Union Party (PYD) and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) reach agreement in Aleppo - Media Centre of the Kurdish Yekiti Party

VIDEO: Syrian rebels blowing up a minaret -

Al Nusrah Front claims 2 suicide attacks, joint operations with jihadist groups in Syria - The Long War Journal


UK wants details before recognising Syria opposition- swissinfo

Brazil Refuses to Recognize Syrian Opposition Coalition in Doha - SANA

Rep. McGovern Urges Support for Syrian-Armenians, All Minorities and Victims of Syria Conflict - Asbarez Armenian News


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