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  • Twitter executives meet Turkish officials amid free speech row

    Twitter executives meet Turkish officials amid free speech row

    Twitter executives met Turkish government officials for talks Monday amid accusations of tax evasion by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and a row over content on the social media site.

  • Syrian peace talks reach impasse; US, Russia spar

    Syrian peace talks reach impasse; US, Russia spar

    Peace talks aimed at forging a path out of Syria's civil war have reached an impasse - with no guarantee of continuing - after five days of sparring over responsibility for mounting violence back home and President Bashar Assad's future, government a...

  • Syria 'failure' looms, mediator seeks US, Russian help

    Syria 'failure' looms, mediator seeks US, Russian help

    Warning that "failure" was staring him in the face, the Syria peace talks mediator said on Thursday that the United States and Russia had promised renewed support to keep their rival Syrian allies talking.

  • Syria talks falter as West, Russia feud

    Syria talks falter as West, Russia feud

    A standoff between Russia and the Western powers left their rival Syrian allies deadlocked in talks at Geneva on Thursday as fighting went on that has left tens of thousands under siege and hoping for relief from abroad.

  • Syria peace talks make little progress, says envoy

    Syria peace talks make little progress, says envoy

    Peace talks between the Syrian government and opposition are not making much progress, the international mediator said on Tuesday after a face-to-face meeting of the warring parties in Geneva that both sides called fruitless.

  • Second round of Syria talks makes faltering start

    Second round of Syria talks makes faltering start

    A second round of Syria peace talks got off to a shaky start on Monday with the international mediator meeting the two sides separately after violations of a local ceasefire and an Islamist offensive set back his efforts.

  • Syria death toll tops 136,000, future talks uncertain

    Syria death toll tops 136,000, future talks uncertain

    The death toll in Syria's civil war has topped 136,000 after January saw one of the conflict's bloodiest months, an NGO said on Saturday, as violence claimed yet more civilian lives.

  • Ice breaks in Syrian peace talks as two sides observe minute of silence

    Ice breaks in Syrian peace talks as two sides observe minute of silence

    Opposing sides in Syria's civil war stood together to observe a minute of silence on Thursday in honour of the tens of thousands killed in the three-year conflict, a rare symbol of harmony a week into peace talks that have so fare yielded no compromi...

  • Syrian government says women, children can leave Homs district: mediator

    Syrian government says women, children can leave Homs district: mediator

    International mediator Lakhdar Brahimi said on Sunday that the Syrian government delegation at peace talks in Geneva had told him that authorities would allow women and children to leave the besieged old district of Homs city straight away.

  • Syrian civil war foes meet for first time, focus on aid

    Syrian civil war foes meet for first time, focus on aid

    Syria's civil war foes held their first face-to-face meetings on Saturday, launching talks aimed at ending nearly three years of conflict which has killed 130,000 people and destabilised the wider Middle East.

  • Syrian civil war foes meet for first time, focus on aid

    Syrian civil war foes meet for first time, focus on aid

    Syria's civil war foes held their first face-to-face meeting on Saturday at the start of talks to end nearly three years of conflict which has killed 130,000 people and destabilised the wider Middle East.

  • UN documents new war crimes in Syria for future prosecution

    UN documents new war crimes in Syria for future prosecution

    U.N. war crimes experts have documented more torture and killings by both sides in Syria and are confident they can build a case that could be taken up by the International Criminal Court, a leading member of the team said on Friday.

  • Syria sides to meet but peace talks may not take off

    Syria sides to meet but peace talks may not take off

    After a day's delay and repeated bitter recriminations, the warring sides in Syria will hold their first joint meeting on Saturday to launch talks aimed at ending almost three years of conflict.

  • Syrian opposition looks to future without Bashar Assad

    Syrian opposition looks to future without Bashar Assad

    Syria's opposition leader on Thursday laid out his demands for talks on ending the country's civil war, calling for the creation of a transitional government that does not include President Bashar al-Assad.

  • Syrian enemies may discuss prisoner swaps despite talks acrimony

    Syrian enemies may discuss prisoner swaps despite talks acrimony

    Syria's government and opposition, meeting for the first time, vented their mutual hostility on Wednesday but a U.N. mediator said the enemies may be ready to discuss prisoner swaps, local ceasefires and humanitarian aid.

  • India offers $1 million aid to destroy Syria's weapons

    India offers $1 million aid to destroy Syria's weapons

    India has decided to give $1 million to the trust of Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons at The Hague for destruction of Syria's chemical weapons and related facilities, a move that will strengthen its case for inclusion in Geneva-II...

  • Syrian opposition to attend Geneva peace conference

    Syrian opposition to attend Geneva peace conference

    The Syrian National Coalition opposition group will attend the long-delayed "Geneva 2" talks in January aimed at ending the country's civil war.

  • Syria tells Western foes to stop dreaming their President will go

    Syria tells Western foes to stop dreaming their President will go

    Western countries which demand that President Bashar al-Assad step down should either stop dreaming or forget attending peace talks in January, Syria said on Wednesday.

  • Free Syrian Army says no ceasefire for Geneva talks

    Free Syrian Army says no ceasefire for Geneva talks

    The commander of the rebel Free Syrian Army (FSA) said on Tuesday his group would shun a planned peace conference in Switzerland in January and would pursue its fight to topple President Bashar al-Assad regardless.

  • Iran ready to join Syria peace talks if invited: Foreign Minister

    Iran ready to join Syria peace talks if invited: Foreign Minister

    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday that Tehran was prepared to take part in the Syria peace talks in Geneva, slated for January 22, if invited.

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