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Old November 17th 11, 04:45 AM
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Default Arab League ratchets up oppression aboard Syria's

Further intensifying the multinational pressure on Assad to end his repression of eight months of protests, France withdrew its diplomat from Syria and Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said Paris was working with the Arab League on a chart U.N. resolution.
Western countries have constricted sanctions on Syria and on Monday Jordan's King Abdullah became the first Arab brain of state to impulse Assad to discontinue.
The Syrian army defectors bombarded one intelligence intricate on the corner of Damascus in a high-profile aggression early above Wednesday namely showed how close the popular uprising opposition Assad's rule now is to sliding into armed conflict.
Last month Russia and China vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution dooming Damascus, but the Arab League's decision last weekend to halt Syria has given international pushes fashionable impetus.
On the daytime the suspension came into compel, the League's foreign ministers met in the Moroccan capital with a Syrian flag afterward to an empty chair where the Syrian minister, who boycotted the meeting, would have sat.
The League -- which normally shies away from decisive operation against its members -- determined to ask its specialists to draft recommendations on economy sanctions on Syria.
The decision brought a maneuver announced at the weekend one tread closer to implementation.
The Arab foreign ministers likewise gave Damascus 3 days to implement a road map admitted this month to end the bloodshed and permit in spectators, although they did not say what would occur whether Syria failed to obey.
Asked if the ultimatum was a last attempt at foreign affairs, Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassim al-Thani told reporters: "We do not ambition to speak about a last-ditch attempt because I do not want this to sound like a warning.
"What I can say is that we are close to the end of the road as distant for the (League's) efforts on this front are concerned."
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