Monday, April 30, 2012

Civil War In Syria -- News Updates April 30, 2012

20 Deaths Reported After Explosions Rock Syrian City -- CNN

(CNN) -- A third explosion rocked the northwestern Syrian city of Idlib on Monday, hours after twin car bomb blasts killed at least 20 people, opposition activists said.

About 100 people -- mostly civilians -- were injured in the earlier car bomb blasts, state media said. Most of those killed were members of the security forces, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, citing medical sources.

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More News On Syria's Civil War

Syria: Overview -- Yahoo News
Live Updates: Syria, Bahrain and Middle East - Monday 30 April -- The Guardian
Syria Live Blog -- Al Jazeera

Syrian city hit by two suicide bombings
-- The Guardian
Sucide blasts in Syria reportedly kill at least 20, wound nearly 100 -- FOX News/AP
Multiple Blasts Rock Northern Syrian Town -- Voice of America
Fresh attacks target symbols of Syrian state power -- AJC/AP
Blasts Hit Syrian Government Targets as UN Agreement Falters -- Bloomberg
Triple bomb attack threatens fragile Syria ceasefire -- Euronews
Violence said to continue in Syria, flouting peace plan [Video] -- L.A. Times

Outgunned Syria rebels make shift to bombs -- Reuters
Syrian uprising shifts toward suicide bombings. Al Qaeda's handiwork? -- Christian Science Monitor
Syria derides UN chief as peace plan in crisis -- AP

Syria: U.N. mission leader seeks end to fighting -- SFGate/AP
Top UN Truce Monitor in Syria Urges Halt to Killings -- Voice of America
Head of U.N. mission arrives in Syria, urges an end to violence -- CNN
Top U.N. truce monitor in Syria, attack on Central Bank -- Reuters
UN mission head Robert Mood: Only Syrians can end violence -- BBC

How Waiting for Godot offers Syrians hope -- Ian Pannell, BBC
How many Syrians will die? -- Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post
Indispensable but invisible in the Syrian crisis -- Jackson Diehl, Washington Post
The plague of war in Syria -- Tarak Barkawi, Al Jazeera

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