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Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons - UN Joint Mission for the Elimination of the Chemical Weapons Programme of the Syrian Arab Republic (UN-mandatiert)
President Bashar al-Assad was sworn in Wednesday for a new term, warning Western and Arab governments of the backfire they face for their support of the armed revolt in Syria.
UN authorises aid convoys to rebel-held areas (14.07.2014)
The UN Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution on Syria allowing aid convoys to go into rebel-held areas without government approval. Until now, almost 90% of UN humanitarian aid in Syria has gone to people in government-controlled areas.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told reporters later on Wednesday that consultations were still continuing on the appointment and he hoped to make an announcement "very soon."
Syria's Western-backed opposition, the National Coalition, elected Hadi al-Bahra, chief negotiator at the Geneva peace talks, as its new president on Wednesday after a three-day meeting in Istanbul.
All of Syria’s chemical weapons material removed (23.06.2014)
The Joint Mission welcomes the removal of the remaining 7.2 per cent of chemical weapons material from the Syrian Arab Republic.
Toxic chemicals 'used systematically' in attacks (18.06.2014)
A team from the world's chemical weapons watchdog believes toxic chemicals such as chlorine are being used in a "systematic manner" in Syria.
Syrian conflict carries threat of regional war (17.06.2014)
U.N. investigators are warning the Syrian conflict is threatening the entire region. The four-member Commission of Inquiry on Syria says a regional war in the Middle East draws ever closer.