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Chatter: Syrian rebels claim they hit Assad's motorcade, government begs to differ

Syria's president appears unhurt despite rebels' claims they attacked his motorcade, Nairobi airport picks up the pieces after its devastating fire, Myanmar remembers one of its darkest days, and in Venezuela, thieves are after your hair.
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Syria's president appears unhurt despite rebels' claims they attacked his motorcade, Nairobi airport picks up the pieces after its devastating fire, Myanmar remembers one of its darkest days, and in Venezuela, thieves are after your hair.
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Chatter: Syria will be 'purged'

The Syrian president vows to "wipe out" the people responsible for a Damascus suicide bombing, Myanmar declares a state of emergency after sectarian riots, a shooting at a US Marine base leaves three dead, and the Secret Service almost - almost - killed Iran's president.
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The Syrian president vows to "wipe out" the people responsible for a Damascus suicide bombing, Myanmar declares a state of emergency after sectarian riots, a shooting at a US Marine base leaves three dead, and the Secret Service almost - almost - killed Iran's president.
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Huge car bomb hits Damascus, more than 50 feared dead (VIDEO)

Residents said the blast was "huge." Pictures showed a crater in the road, cars burning and smoke billowing over the city. Several charred bodies lay on the ground.

Chatter: Damascus under fire

More explosions rock Syria's capital, there's confusion about the fate of French hostages in Cameroon, the Pistorius case gets even crazier, and when is an Italian restaurant too Italian?
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More explosions rock Syria's capital, there's confusion about the fate of French hostages in Cameroon, the Pistorius case gets even crazier, and when is an Italian restaurant too Italian?
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Chatter: Russia says rebels might win Syria

Russia admits Bashar al-Assad is losing Syria, Japan and China's island spat is air-bound, and some people really, really don't like Justin Bieber.
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Russia admits Bashar al-Assad is losing Syria, Japan and China's island spat is air-bound, and some people really, really don't like Justin Bieber.
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David Cameron: Bashar al-Assad could be granted safe passage out of Syria

British Prime Minister David Cameron says he would support a deal to give President Bashar al-Assad safe passage out of Syria if it ended the country's civil war.

Syria war: Did Obama call Syrian President Bashar al Assad a reformer?

Mitt Romney's campaign has repeatedly blasted President Barack Obama for calling Syrian President Bashar al Assad a "reformer." Is that accurate?

Syria: Assad's comments have been few and far between

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad recently broke his silence in order to tell the Syrian army to step up its game against "internal agents."

Chatter: Syrians flee as battle rages in Aleppo

The fight for Syria's second city continues unabated, Mitt Romney tells his Israeli audience what it wants to hear, and Russia tries its punk protesters.
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The fight for Syria's second city continues unabated, Mitt Romney tells his Israeli audience what it wants to hear, and Russia tries its punk protesters.
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Syria: A free for all if the Assad regime falls

The German daily Die Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) reports that its country's intelligence agency (i.e. BND) believes that organizations close to al-Qaeda or Jihadist groups executed about 90 terror attacks in Syria between the end of December and the beginning of July, according to John Rosenthal of the Asia Times.
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