» 08/11/2012, 00.00
Hillary Clinton in Turkey in search of " the day after Assad "
The U.S. Secretary of State discusses support to Syrian rebels and transition plan with leaders in Ankara, as international isolation of Damascus increases. Concerns regarding reports of Al-Qaeda presence on the ground. Gunfight at border with Jordan.
Ankara announces humanitarian corridor for 10 thousand Syrian refugees
Corridor to help thousands of refugees fleeing cities under siege by the army and massed on the Syrian side of the border. Television has announced that Syria mogul Rami Makhlouf, will relinquish all his interests . Security forces on high alert, especially in Maarat an-Numan and Khan Sheikoun, in the northwest of the country, for another Friday of protests.
Damascus, attack on a pro-government television station, three dead
The assault happened in Drousha 20 km south of the capital. So far there are no claims of responsibility. Bashar al-Assad announces that Syria is at war. Government cabinet reshuffled. The priority is to fight and defeat the terrorists.
06/09/2012 SYRIA - TURKEY
Syrian rebels trained in refugee camps on Turkish border
Ankara claims that the Apaydin camp in the province of Hatay is home to former Syrian military and their families displaced by the Assad regime. But parliament has never discussed the creation of the camp. Authorities prohibit any access to preserve the security of refugees who considered "special". In reality, the camp is a military base where the rebels of the 'Free Syrian Army are trained and from which they depart daily to fight against Assad.
11/10/2012 TURKEY - SYRIA
Syrian airline flight grounded by Ankara departs. Cargo seized
According to the Turkish authorities, the cargo included weapons. The Syrian Airlines Airbus A320 from Moscow and was headed to Damascus. On board, 35 passengers and two crew members. Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs Ahmet Davutoglu,: "Turkey does not want a war in Syria," but it is "unacceptable to use our airspace for such transfers."
26/06/2012 TURKEY - SYRIA
Ankara warns UN the jet shot down a "security threat" from Syria
The Turkish deputy prime minister declares that this "hostile act ... shall not be unpunished." Today, NATO meets to discuss a possible joint response to Syria. But Erdogan remains moderate and European countries exclude any military action.
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