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Syrian Opposition Rejects Bashar al-Assad's Offer Of "National Dialogue"

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Image from a quicklink Syria's opposition and its international backers have rejected Bashar al-Assad's latest initiative to end violence, insisting that he offered no meaningful concessions after 21 months of bloodshed and must surrender power at once. Hopes for a breakthrough in the crisis were dashed after an hour-long speech in Damascus in which the Syrian president called for "a war to defend the nation" against "terrorist" violence and urged foreign countries to stop supporting his enemies -- while offering a national dialogue and a constitutional referendum.

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just as Bush Senior calculated when he left Saddam... by molly cruz on Monday, Jan 7, 2013 at 1:42:53 PM
The thing is, if Assad won, would all of the inter... by molly cruz on Monday, Jan 7, 2013 at 1:50:11 PM