21:04 The United States reacted cautiously Tuesday amid conflicting reports about talks between Syria and Arab states on a roadmap to end violence between the Syrian government and protestors. 20:11 The Arab League has not yet received Syria's response to a plan to end the bloodletting in that country, the deputy chief of the Cairo-based organization said on Tuesday. 18:30 Syria and the Arab League have agreed on a roadmap to end the violence, and a formal announcement will be made on Wednesday at Arab League headquarters in Cairo, Syrian official media said. 17:00 Thousands of Syrians staged a rally in support of embattled President Bashar al-Assad in eastern Syria on Tuesday, state television said, as activists reported a counter rally in the same area. 15:46 Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday his country would oppose a Libya-style military intervention against the Syrian regime which is battling months-long democracy protests. 15:29 Lebanese Democratic Party leader MP Talal Arslan said on Tuesday that Syria has “overcome its ordeal,” adding that Syria does not “need lessons from anyone.” 14:33 The US-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) says it fears for several journalists and bloggers in Syria who have vanished, with no response from authorities as to their fate. 12:24 Syria will respond Tuesday to an Arab League proposal to end violence between regime forces and protesters, an Arab diplomat said, a day before Arab foreign ministers were due to hold talks on the issue. 12:09 Lebanon’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Adnan Mansour warned of the “dangerous” repercussions that can result from freezing Syria’s membership in the Arab League.
10:35 British Ambassador to Lebanon Tom Fletcher said that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s warning that a Western intervention in Syria would cause an “earthquake” inflaming the region “raises our concern.” 10:13 Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday met with Lebanese Democratic Party leader MP Talal Arslan in Damascus, LBC television reported. 8:50 Lebanon’s Foreign Affairs Minister Adnan Mansour voiced the importance “of respecting the agreements signed between Lebanon and Syria’s governments.”October 31 2011October 30 2011October 29 2011October 28 2011October 27 2011October 26 2011October 25 2011October 24 2011October 23 2011October 22 2011October 21 2011October 20 2011October 19 2011October 18 2011October 17 2011October 16 2011October 15 2011October 14 2011October 13 2011October 12 2011October 11 2011October 10 2011October 9 2011October 8 2011October 7 2011October 6 2011October 5 2011October 4 2011October 3 2011October 2 2011October 1 2011September 2011August 2011July 2011June 2011May 2011April 2011March 2011As the Syrian situation develops, NOW Lebanon keeps you updated with the latest news and media content from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, news outlets and NOW correspondents. NOW Lebanon is not responsible for content obtained from external websites.
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