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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Arab League asks Assad to step down!

July 23, 2012 - 03:18 Doha| According to Qatari prime minister, the Arab nations are offering safe passage to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad if he steps down.

Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber al-Thani made the announcement after a ministerial meeting of the Arab league here in Doha



News for arab league assad

Arab League urges Assad to give up power

The News International? - 1 hour ago
DOHA: Arab nations have called on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to swiftly give up power in order to end his country's unrest, Qatar's prime ...

Conflict arises in two Syrian cities
WTVR? - 2 hours ago

Daily Kos: BREAKING: Arab League asks Assad to step down!
www.dailykos.com/.../-BREAKING-Arab-League-asks-Assad-t...
5 minutes ago – Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber al-Thani made the announcement after a ministerial meeting of the Arab league here in Doha ...
Arab League leans on Assad to resign | News | DW.DE | 23.07.2012
www.dw.de/dw/article/0,,16118601,00.html
2 hours ago – Delegates from the Arab League have said they agree Syria's president Bashar Assad should step down and the Free Syrian Army should form ...
Just after I post this I did a Google search to see what else was available on this. Imagine my surprise when I found my Daily Kos posting was the second story down. Now that's what I call Breaking News



This may help explain the problems sana.sy has been having which I noted earlier. SANA reported:
Syrian SANA News Agency website is under fierce attack 07-14-2012

The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) website on Saturday was attacked by foreign sides which try to prevent the Syrian national media from conveying the truth of events and unmasking the conspiracy hatched against Syria. After the failure of several attempts to hack the website and publish fabricated news on it, foreign sides targeted the website with a distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS attack).

In the same context, anonymous sides stole SANA logo from the website and designed an advertisement in English and Arabic that includes provocative calls and distributed it through email.
SANA website is a multi-lingual website. It publishes news and articles in seven languages: English, French, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, Turkish and Arabic.

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