Radwan Ziadeh

Syrian National Council

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Spokesman for the Syrian National Council, the largest Syrian opposition network, and a senior fellow at the Washington, DC-based US Institute of Peace

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Syria's national security chief today became the fourth official to die after Wednesday's rebel bombing of a high-level government meeting in the heart of Damascus.

Conflict Intensifies in Syria

Syria's national security chief today became the fourth official to die after Wednesday's rebel bombing of a high-level government meeting in the heart of Damascus.

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Monitors for the United Nations have  confirmed 108 victims , including 49 children and 34 women — many executed at close range — by Syrian soldiers last Friday.

The Syrian Government and the Massacre at Houla

Monitors for the United Nations have confirmed 108 victims , including 49 children and 34 women — many executed at close range — by Syrian soldiers last Friday.

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In the aftermath of  Friday's massacre in Houla  -- including at least 34 women and 49 children – Washington is divided over how to accomplish regime change in Syria.

Syria: Agonizing Questions with No Good Answers

In the aftermath of Friday's massacre in Houla -- including at least 34 women and 49 children – Washington is divided over how to accomplish regime change in Syria.

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