Syria’s President Assad denies responsibility for alleged chemical attack Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has denied that his regime was behind an alleged chemical attack in Damascus in an interview with US network CBS. US intelligence suggests more than 1,400 people died in the attack. The Syrian president insisted his ... 09/8/2013 - 11:57 pm | 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 ... 09/8/2013 - 7:36 am | View Link
U.N. Security Council Issues Condemnation of Syria Attack “We unequivocally deny the responsibility of government forces for the massacre ... He reiterated government claims that the killings were the result of a terrorist attack, and he regretted that the United Nations and other foreign governments ... 05/27/2012 - 9:59 pm | View Link
Syria denies responsibility for attack killing 90 DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) - The Syrian government is denying responsibility for an attack on a string of villages in central Syria that left more than 90 people dead. The foreign ministry blames the killings on what it says were "hundreds of heavily armed ... 05/27/2012 - 10:29 am | View Link
Syria denies responsibility for attack Syria on Sunday strongly denied U.N. allegations that its forces killed more than 90 people in one of the deadliest events of the country's uprising, and diplomats said the Security Council met in an emergency session to discuss the massacre. The killings ... 05/27/2012 - 9:20 am | View Link
MONTICELLO — A Monticello man was charged with felony driving while intoxicated after state police said they observed his vehicle creating a traffic hazard on Jefferson Street in the village by remaining in a stationary position.
CITY OF NEWBURGH — For decades, Provan Ford's truck repair and tanker-cleaning facility on Mill Street plagued the City of Newburgh with explosions, fires and discharges of potentially flammable products into the sewer system.
The head of the city’s teachers union offered his stamp of approval for most of the names mentioned as candidates being considered for schools chancellor under Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio. United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew, in his first public comments on the search, praised a handful of the leading contenders Monday.