Chemicals in Syria. Made in Saudi Arabia.

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September 12, 2013 Arabi Souri 0

Syria: Russia sees a chance to bury the hatchet and to find a political solution. While the Russian administration in Moscow has handed over a four-stage plan about their proposal to put the chemical weapons [Continue reading…]

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Russia: Moscow’s Position on Syria will Not Change

September 9, 2013 Arabi Souri 1

Foreign Minister Lavrov: Russia’s position on Syria “immune to change”. The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has recently called the alleged evidence for the use of chemical weapons (e.g. poison gas) by the Syrian government [Continue reading…]

Syria, Aleppo, Citadel

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September 2, 2013 Arabi Souri 2

Russia: US evidence on Syrian chemical weapons use not convincing. Several Russian officials and ministers as also the President, Vladimir Putin, have already stated that the accusations by the U.S. administration in Washington against the [Continue reading…]

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Russia Warns the West and Sends Aid to Syria

August 28, 2013 Arabi Souri 1

Moscow sends further humanitarian aid to Syria and warns against military attack. The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, who recently had a probably very interesting telephone conversation with the U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, [Continue reading…]

Syria / Maloula / Maaloula

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August 27, 2013 Arabi Souri 0

Russia: Those, who want a military intervention in Syria, are supported by the hysteria around chemical attack. The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in a new statement after the allegations that the Syrian Arab [Continue reading…]


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August 7, 2013 Arabi Souri 2

Moscow demands censure of the mass killing of Syrian Kurds by terrorists in northern Syria. While some sides have stated that the massacre against at least 400 Syrian Kurds, including about 120 children, by foreign-supported [Continue reading…]