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The UN estimates that the conflict in Syria has left more than 10,000

Syria profile, A chronology of key events: 1918 october - arab troops led by emir feisal, and supported by british forces, capture damascus, ending 400 years of ottoman rule. 1919 - emir feisal backs syria. 2011 november - arab league votes to suspend syria, accusing.

Syrian uprising timeline of key events, Aug. 18, 2011 — the united states, britain ambassador out of syria over security concerns. —nov. 8, 2011 — u.n. human rights office puts death toll for the uprising at 3,500. —nov. 12, 2011 — arab league votes to suspend syria's membership.

Lebanese president wants syria back in arab league, The 22-member league in november reached a near-unanimous vote -- only lebanon, yemen and syria were opposed -- to suspend syria's membership that he believes syria should be back in the league "not only for arab regimes, but for the arab people.".

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Syria suspended from Arab League

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Syria suspended from arab league - The 22-member regional body said it would suspend nationwide, syria seemed unlikely to suddenly pull back its forces, activists said. as protesters surged onto the streets of syrian cities to stage demonstrations hailing the arab league’s decision.

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Syria profile

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Syria profile - A chronology of key events: 1918 october - arab troops led by emir feisal, and supported by british forces, capture damascus, ending 400 years of ottoman rule. 1919 - emir feisal backs syria. 2011 november - arab league votes to suspend syria, accusing.

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Syrian uprising timeline of key events

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Syrian uprising timeline of key events - Aug. 18, 2011 — the united states, britain ambassador out of syria over security concerns. —nov. 8, 2011 — u.n. human rights office puts death toll for the uprising at 3,500. —nov. 12, 2011 — arab league votes to suspend syria's membership.

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Lebanese president wants Syria back in Arab League

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Lebanese president wants syria back in arab league - The 22-member league in november reached a near-unanimous vote -- only lebanon, yemen and syria were opposed -- to suspend syria's membership that he believes syria should be back in the league "not only for arab regimes, but for the arab people.".

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Syria calls for Arab League meet to avert suspension

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Syria calls for arab league meet to avert suspension - The united states, france and britain arab league would react to syria's request for an emergency arab summit. it was the arab league's decision to suspend libya and call for a no-fly zone that helped persuade the u.n. security council to back a.

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How the Arab League turned against Syria

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How the arab league turned against syria - The arab league has most recently proposed a plan to transfer power from bashar assad to a caretaker government, lobbying unsuccessfully for its adoption by the un security council. along with an earlier decision to back vote to suspend syria, iraq.

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Syria condemns Arab League move to suspend monitoring

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Syria condemns arab league move to suspend monitoring - The syrian government has condemned a decision by the arab league to suspend its monitoring mission inside with speculation that it may vote on a draft resolution on syria in the coming days - although russia still opposes the move..

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