Jul 10, 2011

Kritik kommt aus allen Schichten (www.neues-deutschland.de)

Dialog ohne Dialogpartner  (de.euronews.net)







Arab Spring: Where it is now and where it may be going (www.bbc.co.uk)

Fearful Syrians use coded language to mask protest activities (www.sacbee.com)

Many no-shows at Syrian reform talks (www.upi.com)

Syria's massacre city again the bloody focus (www.smh.com.au)

Al-Jazeera says its journalists threatened (newsinfo.inquirer.net)

Kaum Oppositionelle bei syrischen Reformgesprächen (www.dw-world.de)

Opposition boykottiert Treffen zum nationalen Dialog (derstandard.at)

Syrian VP calls for transition to democracy (www.chron.com)

Syrian foreign ministry summons US, French ambassadors (www.monstersandcritics.com)

Syria going in the wrong direction (www.kurdishglobe.net)

Syrian VP calls for transition to democracy (www.google.com)

National dialogue meeting convenes despite opposition boycott (www.syria-today.com) PROPAGANDA!

Blogger Anas Maarawi latest online activist to be arrested in Syria (thenextweb.com)

Syrian VP calls for democracy at national dialogue; opposition boycotts meeting (www.washingtonpost.com)

Worldview: Nonviolent strategy in Syria? (www.philly.com)

McManus: A measured U.S. response in Syria (www.latimes.com)

Şaban Kardaş: Arab Spring raises questions about humanitarian intervention (english.alarabiya.net)

Missing but hopeful (www.nowlebanon.com)

As Arab Spring roils, hunger emerges (www.jpost.com)

Risky Business: Getting information out of Syria (livewire.amnesty.org)

Syria opens ‘national dialogue’ without opposition (www.france24.com)

Human Rights Watch: Syrian forces ordered to shoot unarmed protesters (edition.cnn.com)

Secret journey around a nation in revolt finds protesters are not flagging (www.telegraph.co.uk)

Syria to open dialogue with opposition absent (www.alarab.co.uk)

Syrian opposition rejects 'national dialogue' (english.aljazeera.net)

Assad craftiness: Syria to begin ‘national dialogue’ without opposition present (english.alarabiya.net)

Soldaten beichten Schießbefehl gegen Unbewaffnete (www.welt.de)

"Nationaler Dialog" in Syrien (www.dw-world.de)

Syrische Offiziere sollen Schießbefehle erteilt haben (www.spiegel.de)

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