Monday, August 1, 2011

Syria, London: "Hypothesis military away" Assad praised the army and "patriotic"

To stop the bloody repression in Syria at the hands of the regime of Bashar al-Assad does not exclude an intervention the British military, like the one in Libya. "This is not a remote possibility," said Foreign Minister William Hague, for the first time since assuming excluded so far by other Western countries.

Meanwhile, Germany, after Italy, has requested an urgent meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the situation in Syria, where, in yet another bloody day yesterday, more than 130 people were killed by security forces, 100 of them in the city of Hama (Read). This was announced yesterday by the German delegation to the UN spokesman Alexander Eber, adding that the meeting could take place already in the day today.

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