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Regime, rebels say will attend talks (28.11.2013)
Syria’s government and the main Western-backed opposition coalition have both confirmed they will attend United Nations-sponsored peace talks. However, the two sides have continued to stake out starkly different positions on the goal of the talks, which are set to begin January 22 in Geneva.
Syrian rebels rule out peace talks ceasefire (26.11.2013)
The Free Syrian Army will shun the planned Geneva peace conference and pursue its fight to topple President Bashar al-Assad regardless, the rebels' commander has said. The stance of the FSA's General Salim Idriss on Tuesday highlighted the difficulty for international mediators to get Syria's...
The list of participants at Syria peace talks that the United Nations will hold in January has yet to be finalised, international envoy Lakhdar Brahimi said on Monday, leaving open the thorny question of whether Iran would be at the table.
Syria conflict: Geneva peace talks set for January (25.11.2013)
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has said Syria's government and opposition will for the first time attend peace talks - in Geneva on 22 January. … Mr Ban reiterated that the peace talks would seek to establish a transitional government with full executive powers - as envisaged in the Geneva...
Russia said on Tuesday stopping "terrorists" fighting in Syria should be high on the agenda when an international peace conference convenes to try to end more than 2-1/2 years of conflict in the Arab nation.
Top Syrian rebel commander dies (18.11.2013)
A top Syrian rebel commander has died of wounds he sustained in an air strike on a rebel-held air base in Aleppo province on Thursday, his group says. Abdul Qadir al-Saleh, the leader of Liwa al-Tawhid, died overnight, a spokesman told the Associated Press. Liwa al-Tawhid is one of the main rebel...
While there has been good progress so far in the effort to destroy Syria’s chemical weapons, a great deal of work remains, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) heard today, as it approved a detailed destruction plan submitted by the Government.