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PRI's The World
January 10, 2012
Conflict & Justice
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says elections could be held later this year but "terrorism", he added, would be met with an "iron fist".
The Arab League has condemned the assault on its peace monitors in Syria. Anchor Marco Werman discusses their role with regional expert Michael Wahid Hanna.
January 08, 2012
Kamal Labwani spent the better parts of the past decade in a Syrian jail. We was freed last year, fled to Jordan and continue to agitate for the overthrow of the Syrian regime, led by Bashar al-Assad.
January 06, 2012
Renewed violence across Syria has left dozens dead, as Arab League observers continue their mission to oversee a peace plan for the country.
Kamal Labwani is a prominent longtime activist who was recently released from a Syrian jail. Labwani escaped to Jordan a few days ago and is working to bring down the Assad government.
There's anger, sadness and downright fury over the continued violence in Syria. Much of the vitriol is directed against Arab League observers who arrived in Syria in late December to monitor the situation.
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