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'Few Western powers really want solution': Assad skeptical about proposed Geneva peace talks

19.05.2013 01:25

Syrian President Bashar Assad has welcomed the proposed peace talks for Syria agreed by Russia and the US, but voiced his skepticism about their prospects for success, saying that many forces don't really want to see a solution.

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Anonymous user 19.07.2013 14:26

Assad makes the US 'Leadership' look like retarded homicidal children...

Anonymous user 06.06.2013 08:49

He is intelligent apparently.

A calm and determine leader.

 

Patrick 05.06.2013 18:56

What's worse?

Yout hcare, court and the Netherlands are run by a bunch of pedofiles search for investigatedemmink

When do you come to the Netherlands NATO?

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 20:56

Glueball right name for antipeacnik

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 17:26

Idiot just cut his head off dictator killing innocents

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 15:46

There will never be peace in the middle east, until the collapse of the dollar

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 15:25

It is not a civil war. It is an all out invasion.

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 15:06

Long live assad! Long live syria! Allah hu akhbar!

 

GlueBall 20.05.2013 11:48

Unfortunately, this unelected airhead still can't comprehend that he has overstayed his welcome as dictator, and that most Syrians want him out.

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 07:02

I salute you President Assad. May God be with you.

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 05:51

I smell another Libya and Iraq here.......

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 02:37

If Assad goes, al-Qaida will use Syria as a base for attacks against Israel & Turkey.

Anonymous user 19.05.2013 23:53

bashar is doing the duty westerners want from him to do.reward is doing nothing against his actions

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