Friday, 12 October 2012


The Syrians might regret bombing that Turkish village.

A Syrian passenger plane forced to land in Ankara was carrying Russian-made munitions destined for Syria's armed forces, ratcheting up tension in the region.

The grounding of the plane was another sign of Ankara's growing assertiveness towards the crisis in Syria. Turkey's chief of staff warned on Wednesday the military would use greater force if Syrian shells continued to land in Turkey.

Turkey has become one of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's harshest critics during a 19-month-old uprising that has killed some 30,000 people, providing sanctuary for rebel officers and pushing for a foreign-protected safe zone inside Syria.

The pictures just shown concerning the hospital that has been bombed twelve times so far, now only has two beds left for the injured. It has to be said that this situation is appalling and I wish more could be done on the ground today...

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