a lion started crumbling inside & time running out in front of him
Independent: a lion started crumbling inside and time was running out in front of him
Date: 2012-08-07 13: 34: 36 Tuesday
(News)... On the independent British defection of Syrian Prime Minister Riad cameo in an article entitled "still time opportune for the United Nations to avoid a blood bath in Syria".
Newspaper article began arguing that details the defection of Syrian Prime Minister Riad ambiguous veil, where the Government said that was sacked while his spokesman described as a split, but one thing remains clear, is that the lion started crumbling from within.
The paper noted the increasing number of splits in the last month, where the Syrian regime, many officials and diplomats, including Ambassador in Iraq and the Chargť d'affaires in London and about 30 generals crossed the border into Turkey.
She said that time was running out before the lion and the new politburo of Alevis, so we need to think as would happen upon his departure, the newspaper stressed that armed opposition remained steadfast in Aleppo, but government forces are preparing to launch an all-out assault on the city.
The paper considers that with the resignation of UN Envoy to Syria Arabic University Kofi Annan sacked, hopes for a peaceful solution to the crisis fade, and later the spectre of civil war.
Newspaper that the only agreement reached unanimously by the General Assembly of the United Nations on the Security Council blame directed for failing to stop the violence in Syria.
The newspaper said the chances that unites this blame the views of the Security Council and pay to take the consolidated resolution is extremely small, but if the hopes for a peaceful solution, could push the fear fade on the future of Syria and the permanent members of the Security Council, notably Russia and China, United action. //finished
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