Syrian Regime Prepares Terrorist Attacks Against Places of Worship

The Syrian National Council announced that the Assad regime planted numerous explosive cars to be detonated near churches and monasteries in several Syrian cities

Revolutionaries Protect UN Observers from Syrian Army Attacks

Revolutionaries of the city of Khan Sheikhoun in the province of Idlib secured the delivery of the six UN observers who were targeted by regime forces yesterday to a UN convoy

Assad Commits a Massacre in Khan Sheikhoun and Hezbollah Units Occupy Border-Villages

Hezbollah units marched into Syrian territory and invaded the villages of Safsafa, Masriya, Swadiya, Zeeta, and Matraba around the city of Qasir in the province of Homs. They arrested more than 70 Syrians and set up checkpoints assisted by Assad regime forces.

Jordan Threatens to Deport Refugees

Reports claim that Jordanian authorities removed over fifty Syrian refugees from their camps and took them in intelligence services’ buses to the Syrian border

Hollande Sworn in as French President amid Euro Turmoil

Francois Hollande was sworn in as France's first Socialist president since 1995 on Tuesday at a solemn ceremony overshadowed by the debt crisis threatening to unravel the eurozone

6 Dead, 70 Hurt as Clashes Spread in Tripoli and Islamists Reclose al-Nour Square

Sectarian violence linked to the unrest in Syria claimed another six lives in the northern port city of Tripoli on Monday as clashes spread beyond the rival districts of Bab al-Tabbaneh and Jabal Mohsen

Tripoli Sectarian Violence Toll Rises to 5 amid Intermittent Clashes

Sectarian violence linked to the unrest in Syria claimed another two lives in the northern port city of Tripoli on Monday

Al-Mustaqbal Urges Miqati to Resign and Tripoli MPs to Boycott Parliamentary Sessions

Al-Mustaqbal movement urged Prime Minister Najib Miqati and Tripoli ministers on Sunday to resign after the General Security Department lured Shadi al-Mawlawi to arrest him on suspicion of contacting a terrorist organization

Blast near Baath Party Office in Syria's Aleppo

A large explosion went off near an office of the ruling Baath party in Syria's second city of Aleppo on Friday evening, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights

Explosions Shake Damascus, Evidence Implicates the Regime

Two explosions shook the capital Damascus, leading to 55 deaths and 372 injuries according to state-run media. The explosions targeted a security centre and a UNICEF quarters downtown

Syrian Troops Kidnap Citizen in Akkar

Syrian troops crossed over into Lebanon Wednesday night and kidnapped a Lebanese citizen, reported the daily al-Mustaqbal on Thursday

Several Dead, Hurt across Syria as Blast Hits U.N. Observer Convoy in Daraa

A roadside blast hit troops escorting U.N. observers in Syria's south on Wednesday, a day after envoy Kofi Annan warned that his peace plan could be the last chance to avoid civil war, while several people were killed or wounded in violence across the country

Interpol Issues Red Notice for Arrest of Iraqi VP

Interpol said Tuesday it had issued an international Red Notice for the arrest of Iraq's fugitive Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi "on suspicion of guiding and financing terrorist attacks"

Officials: Qaida Plot against U.S.-bound Airliner Foiled

The United States has foiled a plot by al-Qaida's branch in Yemen to blow up a U.S.-bound airliner near the first anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death, officials said Monday

Jumblat: They Want to Control Everything, But We'll Confront Them via Ballot Boxes

Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblat on Sunday hit back at Free Patriotic Movement leader MP Michel Aoun, accusing him and his allies of seeking to “take control of all the country’s assets, of the administration, judiciary, army and economy”

Francois Hollande Elected France's First Socialist President in Nearly Two Decades

Francois Hollande was elected France's first Socialist president in nearly two decades on Sunday, dealing a humiliating defeat to incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy and shaking up European politics

Regime Raids Aleppo UniversityEvacuates Campus and Kills 6 Students

The management announced the decision before regime forces raided the dorms and arrested over a hundred and killed at least six

Egypt Military Pledges '100%' Fair Presidential Poll

Egypt's military rulers vowed Thursday that this month's presidential election will be fair and moved to assure the public it would hand over power, a day after a deadly attack on an anti-military protest

20 Dead after Attackers Storm Cairo Protest

Thugs attacked an anti-military protest near the Defense Ministry in Cairo on Wednesday and 20 people were killed, officials said, in the politically tense run-up to the first post-uprising presidential election

26 Dead in Syria Hours after New U.N. Ceasefire Call

Ten civilians killed by regime mortar fire and 12 troops died in clashes with rebels were among 26 dead in Syria on Tuesday just hours after a new U.N. call for all sides to respect a troubled truce