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Syria denies responsibility for attack killing 90 DAMASCUS, Syria — The Syrian government denied Sunday its troops were behind an attack on a string of villages that left more than 90 people dead, blaming the killings on "hundreds of heavily-armed gunmen" who also attacked soldiers in the area. 04/12/2015 - 8:52 am | View Link
Syria: Assad denies responsibility for sarin attack as US prepares to vote "He denied that he had anything to do with the attack," CBS veteran correspondent Charlie Rose said, after earlier interviewing Assad in Damascus. "He denied that he knew there was a chemical attack, notwithstanding what has been said and notwithstanding ... 09/8/2013 - 7:42 am | View Link
Syria denies responsibility for attack killing 90 DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — The Syrian government on Sunday denied responsibility for killings in a string of ... mortars and anti-tank missiles" launched a simultaneous attack against five army positions from several locations, starting about 2 p.m. and ... 05/27/2012 - 3:48 pm | View Link
Syria denies responsibility for attack killing 90 The Syrian government on Sunday denied responsibility for killings in a string of villages that left more than 90 people dead, blaming the killings on “hundreds of heavily armed gunmen” who also attacked soldiers in the area. Friday’s assault on the ... 05/27/2012 - 2:30 pm | View Link
Syria Denies Responsibility for Attack Killing 90 The foreign ministry blames the killings on what it says were "hundreds of heavily armed gunmen" who also attacked soldiers in the area. The assault on Houla (HOW'-lah) was one of the bloodiest single events in Syria's 15-month-old uprising. Activists say ... 05/27/2012 - 11:30 am | View Link
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Syria and weapons of mass destruction Syria has researched, manufactured, and allegedly used weapons of mass destruction. On September 14, 2013, the United States and Russia announced an [Framework For ... 04/24/2015 - 11:50 pm | View Website
Operation Orchard Operation Orchard was an Israeli airstrike on a suspected nuclear reactor in the Deir ez-Zor region of Syria, which occurred just after midnight (local time) on ... 04/24/2015 - 12:59 pm | View Website
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By Phil Kabler
After months of speculation, it was a little anti-climatic when Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W. Va., announced he was staying put in Washington rather than opting for a third term as governor. While some state Democrats were practically begging Manchin to come back, there were some sound reasons for Manchin to stay, even if he would have been all but assured of winning the governor's race.
By Rick Steelhammer
While the poor mental health of a co-pilot is suspected as the cause of the deadly Germanwings Airbus 320 crash in the French Alps last month, and pilot mental health issues are believed to have played roles in six other believed-intentional airliner crashes during the past 20 years, the Federal Aviation Administration does not require that U.
On the last Saturday in April, 115 days into the year, anyone who woke in the small hours and asked for another blanket, increased closeness, or one more log on the fire, was justified in explaining: “It’s freezing!”Read full article >>
By Ryan Pritt
Charleston native Terry Kimble has made a post-retirement living by reconstructing pieces of old memorabilia and bringing memories to life. But it's when he looks back and tells his own story that the passion for revitalizing the past becomes most apparent. "I majored in history and minored in art and if you think about it, those two things go hand-in-hand with what I do now," Kimble said.
By Eric Eyre
Eleven out-of-state drug companies don't want the public to know the number of prescription painkillers they've shipped to "pill mill" pharmacies in West Virginia. The drug distributors are fighting a request to unseal a lawsuit complaint that would reveal details about the pain pill shipments from 2007 to 2012.