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Syria rebels

No dispute with Saudi over Syria: Qatar

Qatar dismissed reports of rivalry with neighbouring Saudi Arabia over efforts to end Syria's war, saying the two countries - the main Arab backers of rebel forces - had "the highest level of coordination". Diplomats


Qatar unlikely to abandon favoured Syria rebels

Qatar's backing for Syrian rebels widely regarded as jihadi militants might appear a diplomatic liability at a time when global alarm about Al Qaeda is on the rebound. But that is not the way things are viewed in the Gulf stat


US, UK have failed Syrian rebels says Saudi prince

Opponents of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad have been at an impossible disadvantage since the start of the Syrian conflict because the US and Britain refused to help them, an influential Saudi Arabian prince said. The US and Bri


Syria rebels demand UN action after 'massacre'

The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has urged the UN Security Council to act urgently after regime forces 'massacred' over 90 people, including many children, in the Syrian town of Houla. Opposition activists said on F

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