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US President Barack Obama's Syria war carries risks for him at home and abroad: Appearing relaxed enough to crack a joke, United States President Barack Obama took to the world stage on Tuesday after launching airstrikes in Syria against Islamic State militants but he is still facing huge political risks at home and abroad. The reason for Obama's good humor? His diplomacy paid off this time, with military contributions from five Arab states. One of his first items of business after arriving in New York for meetings at the United Nations was to personally thank representatives from the five. But heading into a US congressional election campaign season where control of the Senate is at stake, Obama's new war could become problematic for him and his Democratic Party if all does not go smoothly. It could temper the enthusiasm of anti-war Democrats to turn out and vote on Election Day in November. Any problems with the mission could further dampen his approval ratings, now hovering around 40 percent, and embol ...
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said the concerns about Khorasan were behind a decision last summer to ban uncharged laptop computers and cellphones from some United States- bound commercial airliners. The air campaign against Khorasan and the Islamic State got underway even as Mr. Obama flew to New York to meet with world leaders gathering at the opening session of the United Nations General Assembly. Mr. Obama did not seek United Nations permission for the military campaign, but he presented the strikes as the collaboration of a multinational coalition that included five Arab nations: Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain. “Because of the almost unprecedented effort of this coalition, I think we now have an opportunity to send a very clear message that the world is united,” Mr. Obama said during a hastily arranged photo opportunity in New York with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi of Iraq, King Abdullah II of Jordan and representatives of the other Arab allies. Still, t ...
Bashar al-Assad failed to wipe out terror havens: US defends Syria airstrikes in letter to UN chief: The United States told the United Nations on Tuesday it led airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Syria because President Bashar al-Assad's government had failed to wipe out safe havens used by the group to launch attacks on Iraq. In a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, US Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power wrote, "The Syrian regime has shown that it cannot and will not confront these safe havens effectively itself." The strikes were needed to eliminate a threat to Iraq, the United States and its allies, she wrote, citing Article 51 of the UN Charter, which covers an individual or collective right to self-defense against armed attack. "States must be able to defend themselves... when, as is the case here, the government of the state where the threat is located is unwilling or unable to prevent the use of its territory for such attacks," Power wrote in the letter obtained by Re ...
The government of President Bashar al-Assad is making it harder to deliver humanitarian aid to millions of war-battered civilians in Syria, the United Nations chief aid coordinator, Valerie Amos, said on Monday.
As a second round of peace talks ended Saturday with little progress in ending Syria's Civil War, U.S. President Barack Obama and Jordan's King Abdullah spoke about Syria's distressing humanitarian crisis during an earlier meeting in California. Jordan is a refuge for war-battered Syrians, and both leaders urged an end to the warfare that has caused such a mass exodus. They also discussed a possible United Nations sanction to pressure the Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad. Meanwhile, in Geneva, U.N. mediator Lakhdar Brahimi apologized to the Syrian people, saying he was "very, very sorry" that, despite two rounds of talks, "we haven't done very much." In minimal progress, the two warring sides have agreed to an agenda for a third round of talks, but they have not agreed on how to tackle it, Brahimi said. In Britain, U.K. Foreign Minister William Hague described the latest developments as "a serious setback in the search for peace in Syria." Hague blamed the Syrian regime because it refused to dis ...
[According to this report rebels kidnapped 740 people and are holding them hostage in old Homs. I wondered why WSJ was reporting this, the article then goes on to say this is why National Defence Forces attacked the UN convoy! OMG - the lies and hypocrisy just make me want to be sick sometimes. Even the UN knows it was the rebels. That's why they don't say anything.] Syrian Regime Loyalists Seethe Over U.N. Aid Operation for Rebel Area online .wsj. com HOMS, Syria—Regime loyalists here voiced fury over a United Nations humanitarian relief mission for a rebel-held enclave in their city, accusing the organization of bias against minorities who support President Bashar al-Assad. The U.N. said Monday that it was extending the relief mission for the old quarter of Homs for three more days. It has already evacuated more than 1,000 people and delivered desperately needed food while its convoys came under mortar and sniper fire on their way into the besieged enclave. At least 11 people have been killed in viole ...
SYRIA AND HEZBOLLAH ON TRIAL FOR THE MURDER OF Rafik Hariri By Amir Taheri Whatever the final verdict in the Special Tribunal on Lebanon (STL), the trial in absentia of those accused of murdering Rafik Hariri could mark a major development in International Law. A former prime minister of Lebanon, Hariri was assassinated in 2005 in a terrorist operation that claimed the lives of 21 other people and injured another 225. The trial in which the Lebanese branch of Hezbollah and the government of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria are among the accused is of importance for several reasons. First, it recognizes the incident as an act of international terrorism, something more than a murder case as defined under the laws of every member of the United Nations. For the past 20 years the UN has been debating a definition of “terrorism” with a view to developing a new branch of International Law designed to deal with it. The STL could help speed up that process in the same ways that English Common Law develops wi ...
Free Syrian Army says no ceasefire for Geneva peace talks The commander of the rebel Free Syrian Army (FSA) said on Tuesday his group would shun a planned peace conference in Switzerland in January and would pursue its fight to topple President Bashar al-Assad regardless. General Salim Idriss's stance highlights how hard it will be for international mediators to get Syria's warring and divided parties to the negotiating table in Geneva. The "Geneva 2" conference will convene on January 22, the United Nations said on Monday, with the stated goal of agreeing a transitional government to end a 2-1/2-year-old conflict that has killed well over 100,000 people and displaced millions. "Conditions are not suitable for running the Geneva 2 talks at the given date and we, as a military and revolutionary force, will not participate in the conference," Idriss said. "We will not stop combat at all during the Geneva conference or after it, and what concerns us is getting needed weapons for our fighters," he told Al Jaz ...
"United Nations estimates more than 100,000 people have died in the clashes between President Bashar al-Assad's government and rebel forces"
U.S., Russia see Syrian chemical disarmament overrunning The United States and Russia want Syria to ship its deadly chemical agents out of the country by the end of the year but expect a mid-2014 target for their final destruction to be missed, according to a draft document. The document, a copy of which was seen by Reuters, calls for most chemical materials to be removed from the country in under eight weeks, by December 31, and for remaining chemical weapons facilities to be destroyed by the beginning of March. Final destruction of all toxic material by the end of next year, as stated in the draft, would be six months beyond the date originally set for Syria to complete the "elimination" of all chemical weapons material. However, if that material were no longer inside Syria, governments seem unlikely to quibble. The timetable is part of an ambitious disarmament pact with the United Nations which President Bashar al-Assad accepted after an August sarin gas attack on the outskirts of Damascus killed hundr ...
A Swedish extremist cleric has been running an operation from Turkey to supply weapons to foreign backed militants in Syria to topple President Bashar al-Assad, Swedish Radio reported Thursday. Haytham Rahmeh, who has a Syrian background, left his position at the main Stockholm mosque in March 2012 and allegedly moved to Turkey where weapons mainly from Libya and Bosnia are transferred to militants across the border. The report cited unnamed sources and Britain-based researcher Raphael Lefevre, who studies arms supplies to the militant groups. "He was very open about his intents to try to bring weapons to Syrian militants," Lefevre, who had interviewed Rahmeh, was quoted as saying. Saudi Arabia, other Persian Gulf Arab states and Turkey are funding the operation, the report said. Swedish authorities were not investigating Rahmeh, it added. "There is no United Nations arms embargo and there is a great demand for weapons and ammunition," Hugh Griffiths of the Stockholm International Peace Research Insitute ...
Dear Mr. Abril: Thank you for contacting me regarding the United States’ policy toward Syria. I appreciate having the benefit of your comments on this matter. On March 18, 2011, the Syrian people commenced widespread and peaceful protests against President Bashar al-Assad and his regime. President Assad and his government forces launched a violent response. According to the United Nations, as of July 2013, the death toll in Syria exceeds 100,000. U.S. intelligence reports have since confirmed that an August 21 chemical weapons attack perpetrated by the Assad regime resulted in almost 1,500 additional civilian deaths. The violent oppression by the Assad regime continues unabated, utilizing devastating force against its own citizens. Since August 2011, President Obama has called for Assad’s resignation, supporting United Nations Security Council action to facilitate his removal. Yet to date, the Security Council has been deadlocked due to obstruction by Russia and China. As you know, President Ob ...
Rohingya News Agency-(AFP): Saudi Arabia on Thursday won a UN Security Council seat for the first time in a new show of determination to make its voice heard, joining Chad, Chile, Lithuania and Nigeria in taking places on the key body. All five countries stood unopposed in an election by the 193-member UN General Assembly. They will replace Azerbaijan, Guatemala, Morocco, Pakistan and Togo on the 15-nation council on January 1. Saudi Arabia, despite its oil power and standing in the Muslim world, has never competed for a place on the United Nations' most powerful body which has a key role pronouncing on conflicts such as that in Syria. The conservative kingdom has several times expressed alarm at what it considers international inaction over Syria. It has been a major backer of the rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad. The Saudi government also remains a fierce critic of Israel. Saudi Arabia is seeking a more active role in key international bodies even though its own record on women's rights and hum ...
OCTOBER 14, 2013 When the Brits Came Close to Using Chemical Weapons in World War II Churchill’s Poison Gas Stockpile by PATRICK COCKBURN A hundred experts from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, which on Friday won the Nobel Peace Prize, and the United Nations are assembling to dismantle and destroy Syria’s arsenal of chemical weapons including 1,000 tons of sarin and mustard gas as well as chemical mixing equipment. All are to be eliminated by 30 June 2014. It is one of the extraordinary twists and turns of the war in Syria that the alleged use of sarin against civilians in rebel-held districts in Damascus on 21 August should turn out to be to the advantage rather than to the disadvantage of President Bashar al-Assad. The most immediate effect seemed likely to be foreign military intervention against Assad. In the event, the United States and Britain balked at the idea of another war in the Middle East, particularly one that might put in positions of power al-Qa’ida-linked g ...
Syria: President Bashar al-Assad says his country will respect United Nations accords on chemical weapons -...
Syria News Thrust back into a central role in resolving the Syrian conflict, the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council met on Tuesday to negotiate a draft resolution that would hold Syria to its pledge of identifying all chemical weapons under government control for destruction, but diplomats said major differences over a draft quickly emerged. – New York Times Details buried in the United Nations report on the Syrian chemical weapons attack point directly at elite military formations loyal to President Bashar al-Assad, some of the strongest findings to date that suggest the government gassed its own people. – New York Times A day after United Nations inspectors confirmed a nerve gas attack in Syria, the European Union's foreign policy chief joined many of America's closest allies in demanding that Syria's leaders be brought to justice for what U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called a war crime. – Los Angeles Times Sergei Lavrov, Russia’s foreign minister, stayed on task ...
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Rice, selected to replace Tom Donilon in the post, is expected to play a high-profile role in defending Obama's foreign policy, particularly on the Civil War in Syria. Obama has come under fire for his cautious approach to mounting evidence that President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons against rebels seeking to oust him. Obama will nominate Samantha Power - a Pulitzer Prize-winning author about genocide, former White House aide and Harvard professor - to replace Rice as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, White House officials said. The selection of the pair raises the question of whether Obama's foreign policy might place more emphasis on Human Rights issues during his second term. Rice's appointment could anger Republicans who have sharply criticized her role in the handling of last September's attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya that killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens. Obama had been expected to pick Rice, 48, as national security adviser ...
Syria regime takes last rebel bastion near Qusayr AFPUpdated June 8, 2013, 9:54 pm DAMASCUS (AFP) - Forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad have now seized all of the Qusayr area in central Syria, state television reported Saturday, as the United Nations launched a record aid appeal for refugees. Saturday's seizure of Eastern Bweida village, the last rebel bastion in the area, brought the entire Qusayr region near the border with Lebanon back under regime control. It came four days after Qusayr, a strategically key town for both the regime and the rebels which had been in insurgent hands for a year, fell to the army and forces from Lebanon's Shiite Hezbollah movement. "Our heroic troops have restored safety and security in Eastern Bweida" in the central Syrian province of Homs, the state broadcaster said. Hundreds of people who fled Qusayr as it fell on Wednesday had taken refuge there. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it was concerned about the fate of hundreds of fighters and civilians, ma ...
US officials continued to press for war against Syria yesterday, dismissing United Nations investigator Carla del Ponte’s statement that Western-backed opposition forces, not the Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad, had used chemical weapons.
Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tennessee) remarked to CBS News on Tuesday that the US may supply weaponry to opposition fighters in Syria embattled in the bloody war against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad that has claimed more than 70,000 lives, according to recent United Nations estimates.
The administration cast doubt on a United Nations official’s assertion that the Syrian rebels, not President Bashar al-Assad’s government, had used nerve gas.
Iran says Assad 'will take part' in 2014 vote Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi also says President Bashar al-Assad has "no choice" but to keep fighting rebels. Last Modified: 03 Mar 2013 02:49 President Bashar al-Assad will take part in Syria's next presidential election in 2014, the foreign minister of close Damascus ally Iran has said. "In the next election, President Assad, like others, will take part, and the Syrian people will elect whomever they want," Ali Akbar Salehi said at a news conference on Saturday with his visiting Syrian counterpart, Walid al-Muallem. "The official position of Iran is that... Assad will remain legitimate president until the next... election" in 2014, Salehi said. Muallem arrived on Saturday for talks aimed at ending the nearly two-year conflict in Syria that the United Nations says has killed at least 70,000 people and is tearing the country apart. His visit comes after a week of intense international diplomacy aimed at ending the bloodshed. Salehi threw Iran's weight beh ...
GENEVA (Reuters) - United Nations investigators said on Monday that Syrian leaders they had identified as suspected war criminals should face the International Criminal Court (ICC). The investigators urged the U.N. Security Council to "act urgently to ensure accountability" for violations, including murder and torture, committed by Both Sides in a conflict that has killed an estimated 70,000 people since a revolt against President Bashar al-Assad began in March, 2011. "Now really it's time...We have a permanent court, the International Criminal Court, who would be ready to take this case," Carla del Ponte, a former ICC chief prosecutor who joined the U.N. team in September, told a news briefing in Geneva. The inquiry, led by Brazilian Paulo Pinheiro, is tracing the chain of command to establish criminal responsibility and build a case for eventual prosecution. "Of course we were able to identify high-level perpetrators," del Ponte said, adding that these were people "in command responsibility...deciding, ...
Guardian Syria threatens revenge over Israeli air strike THURSDAY, 31 JANUARY 2013 21:24 EDITOR NEWS - WORLD Ban expresses grave concern over attack THE Syrian government has threatened to retaliate over what it claimed was an Israeli air raid, just as President Bashar al-Assad’s allies rushed to denounce the strike that threatened to take the conflict beyond Damascus‘s borders. But expectedly, Israel maintained a stony silence over Syria’s claims, as well as over separate reports that its jets had struck a weapons convoy near the Lebanon border. However, United Nations (UN) leader, Ban Ki-moon, expressed grave concern about reports of an Israeli air strike on Syria but cannot independently verify what happened, a spokesman said Thursday. Ban noted the reported strike with “grave concern,” said deputy UN spokesman Eduardo del Buey. “The secretary general calls on all concerned to prevent tensions or their escalation in the region,“ Buey added. Syria’s foreign ministry said Israel “and th ...
Syria's state-run media Thursday lashed out at United Nations envoy Lakhdar Brahimi, calling him a "puppet" of the West after he criticized a plan by President Bashar al-Assad to end the country's nearly two-year conflict, reported dpa.
the death toll insyria now exceeds 60,000, the United Nations says. Another 100,000 may die this year, warns U.N.-Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi. About 220 were killed on Wednesday alone. “When numbers get serious, they leave a mark on your door,” goes a song by American musician Paul Simon. But in Syria those bloody notches show no signs of braking a headlong struggle to the death watched from afar by divided outside powers, most of whose leaders seem convinced that the risks of direct intervention outweigh any possible rewards. Syrians realise they are essentially on their own, and 21 months after the start of protests against President Bashar al-Assad inspired by Arab revolts elsewhere, some of the civilians caught up in what has become a Civil War are near despair. “It’s all nonsense,” said Adnan Abu Raad, an elderly man wrapped in a scarf against the cold, as he watched fresh graves being dug after 11 people were killed in a weekend air strike in the rebel-held Syrian town of Azaz near t ...
BY THE WILL OF ALLAH THIS WILL BE THE END OF BUTCHER BASHAR INSHAA ALLAH !! DUA FOR OUR MUJAHIDEEN LIONS. Syria's Alawite area Assad's last resort, analysts say The last option for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, who is determined not to back down after 21 months of deadly conflict, is to battle to the end from a fortified Alawite statelet, analysts believe. Driven from large swaths of territory in the north and east by rebels, the army is now focused on maintaining its grip on the key axis stretching from Damascus to the central province of Homs and on to the coastal Alawite heartland. The embattled Assad will "cling to power until the end, even if it means more massacres," said Middle East analyst Agnes Levallois of the prolonged crackdown and fighting that the United Nations says has left more than 60,000 dead. "The longer he hangs on the more assured he becomes of his ability to stay in power... not through retaking the whole country but by holding onto Damascus, the key junction of Homs province . ...
SYRIA UN-Arab League Envoy Calls for Transitional Government with Full Powers Damascus (UN) - Calling for “real change” in Syria, the Joint Special Representative of the United Nations and the League of Arab States for the war-torn country, Lakhdar Brahimi, said yesterday a Syrian transitional government with full executive powers “must be” created until elections can be held. Speaking in Damascus, Mr. Brahimi also elaborated on the idea of deploying an international peacekeeping force to the country to monitor a hoped-for peace deal that would end violence that has killed tens of thousands of Syrians. “The change required is not cosmetic,” Mr. Brahimi told journalists in the Syrian capital at the end of a five-day trip to the country, during which he met with President Bashar al-Assad. “Syria and the Syrian people need, want and look forward to real change. And the meaning of this is clear to all,” he added. Mr. Brahimi’s call reflects a plan that emerged six months ago from an internat ...
President Bashar al-Assad’s meeting with a United Nations envoy on Monday raised questions about how the Syrian leader will choose to respond to mounting pressure to step down.
A United Nations report to be issued this week accuses President Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian government of us ...
About 1.5 million people in Syria have been forced to flee their homes because of the conflict raging between government forces and rebels fighting to topple President Bashar al-Assad, said a United Nations human-rights official.
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Syria has long left deliberately ambiguous what exactly it possesses in terms of chemical weapons, with government leaders only rarely discussing them. A United Nations diplomat said that in a meeting this month with Kofi Annan, the special envoy for Syria and former United Nations secretary general, President Bashar al-Assad had also said that any chemical weapons were stored in a safe place. Mr. Assad also told Mr. Annan that they would not be used except in the case of foreign invasion, the diplomat said, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the diplomatic delicacy of the topic. The Syrian leader had said that the weapons had not been mixed yet, so that anyone who captured them would have to know how to combine them. The weapons are considered “binary,” meaning that they do not become lethal until they are mixed. Israel employs a similar ambiguity about its nuclear arsenal — usually stating it will not be the first to deploy nuclear weapons in the Middle East — which is believed to hav ...
The Security Council vote on imposing United Nations sanctions on the Syrian government came amid rising violence in the conflict and intensifying pressure on the United Nations to take action.
As rebel fighters yesterday pushed deeper into Damascus, the heart of President Bashar al-Assad’s power base, talks on Syria’s future headed toward a showdown at the United Nations with a vote this week on sanctioning the regime.
The Alaed, which has emerged as a barometer of Russia’s intentions toward the government of President Bashar al-Assad, was reported heading south off Norway’s northern coast.
BEIRUT — The United States and other world powers meeting Saturday in Geneva threw their weight behind a United Nations-brokered plan for a transitional government for Syria, but the move appeared to raise more questions than it answered.Chief among them: What about Syrian President Bashar Assad? Russia has rejected the U.S. insistence that Assad go, and the new transitional plan doesn't appear to have resolved their fundamental disagreement. Beyond the new proposal, the "action group" of nati
Gunmen Attack Pro-Assad Syrian TV Station Syria says rebel gunmen have stormed the headquarters of a pro-government television station, killing seven employees, while international envoy Kofi Annan announced a ministerial-level meeting later this week in Geneva that aims to end the escalating violence. Wednesday's developments came as United Nations investigators accused President Bashar al-Assad's forces of committing rights violations on “an alarming scale.” The pre-dawn attack on the al-Ikbariya satellite channel near Damascus killed three journalists and four security guards. The station – which resumed broadcasting shortly after the raid – is privately-owned but strongly supports Mr. Assad's government. Information Minister Omran al-Zohbi said the explosives that destroyed a number of the broadcaster's studios had been planted by “armed terrorists” – the term the government uses for rebels. Anti-government fighters denied carrying out the attack. They said a unit of the elite Syrian Rep ...
Efforts to pressure unnamed “governments with influence” to use their influence to halt the violence comes a day after the United Nations included Syria in its latest report on children and armed conflict.
UN peacekeeping chief Herve Ladsous said Tuesday that Syria is now in a full-scale Civil War as President Bashar al-Assad's military battles opposition forces around the country.
Opposition activists said as many as 78 civilians were killed by pro-government militiamen and security forces, as dozens of other countries sought to isolate President Bashar al-Assad.
International efforts to pressure Syria continued on Tuesday, as the United Nations envoy Kofi Annan began talks with President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus.
Annan, on a mission to the United Nations and the Arab League, is scheduled to meet Assad Tuesday, when it can be expected to urge the observance of the cease-the-flaps that he negotiated between the government and rebels nearly seven weeks.
A United Nations-backed plan has failed to stop the fighting in Syria, but supporters still hope for a chance to organize the opposition, sway Russia and prevent an all-out Civil War.
Syria Peace Plan Crumbles Hopes for a peace plan brokered by the United Nations through envoy Kofi Annan showed signs of crumbling, with the Syrian government making a failed demand that the rebels give a written guarantee of a ceasefire on the eve of the withdrawal deadline. Fifty-nine more people were reported killed in violence Sunday. Meanwhile, more than 100 people, the majority of them civilians, have been executed by Syrian troops over the past four months, said the international rights organization Human Rights Watch. And that number could be low, as the group only included cases backed up by witnesses. Reports of other executions of civilians were not uncommon in the country where troops have implemented draconian measures to put down a more-than-yearlong uprising against President Bashar al-Assad.
Turkey warned the United Nations that it would soon need urgent international help to deal with a growing Syrian refugee population yesterday after a surge in the number of civilians fleeing President Bashar al-Assad's latest onslaught.
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