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Sep 07, 2018
Turkey promises housing, citizenship to families of Syria rebels killed in Afrin battle, injured fighters to receive moneyThe move further escalates Turkey's role in the de facto buffer zone it has carved out in northwest Syria. It points to Ankara's growing entanglement as its forces spread across that arc, with long-term implications for their Syrian allies.
Feb 03, 2018
Kurdish community in Syria outraged over Turkey-backed rebels mutilating, filming body of a female fighterSyria's Kurds on Friday accused Turkey-backed rebels fighting them of mutilating then filming the body of one of their female fighters, after a video emerged of her corpse
Oct 19, 2013
Syrian opposition still undecided on attending talks to end civil warThe Syrian opposition coalition has not yet decided whether to attend a long-delayed international conference on ending Syria's civil war, the coalition's US representative said on Friday.
Nov 12, 2012
Syria's oppn puts aside differences in hope to topple AssadRepresentatives of groups including rebel fighters, veteran dissidents and ethnic and religious minorities agreed to join a new assembly that can form a government-in-exile.
Nov 10, 2012
Syria's new oppn leader wants aid without conditionsGeorge Sabra, head of the Syrian National Council, said he and other opposition figures are disappointed with foreign backers
Nov 08, 2012
No women in Syrian National Council leadershipFemale delegates at the SNC convention under way in Qata say the shutout fails to reflect the key role of women in the push to topple Syrian President Bashar Assad
Nov 07, 2012
Syria's main opposition begins election of new leadersThe Syrian National Council's general assembly of some 420 members was choosing two leadership bodies and a president on Wednesday.
Oct 08, 2012
Syria opposition softens stance on role of Assad's partyThe leader of Syria's main opposition group said on Monday that he would not oppose a role for members of President Bashar Assad's ruling Baath party in the country's political future as long as they did not participate in killings during the uprising.