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# Civil War

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Syria latest: Aleppo bombs, UN envoy and water crisis
Syrian filmmaker killed in Aleppo: opposition
A butcher, a barber and a policeman: meet Syria's rebels
US will intervene in Syrian crisis - but only if Assad uses chemical weapons
Japanese reporter shot dead in Syria
Seán Crowe says Syrian conflict "can be resolved"
Syria: President appears on television, vows to crush rebellion
Syrian Prime Minister defects to Jordan
Syrian government warplanes pound Aleppo rebels - NGO
Mortars kill at least 20 in Damascus refugee camp
Syrian war: fierce fighting continues in Damascus and Aleppo
The progression in world views on Syria's conflict
Civil war declared in Syria as fighting escalates
Interview: ‘I just survived’ – ex-Beirut hostage John McCarthy on his ordeal
Michael Freeman
Read Me: ‘They wiped up the blood’ – first-hand stories from the battle for independence
Michael Freeman
Russia 'not supplying' attack helicopters to Syria - Ministry
Syrian troops renew shelling of Homs, 38 killed
UN: 'Out of control' Syria on the brink of civil war
Poll: Which side were you on in the Saipan debate?
Pot shots: Delaney tells Keane 'get over yourself'
Washington defeats Michael Collins in 'Britain's toughest enemy' poll
Michael Collins: Still the second biggest enemy of Britain?
China and Russia join the West in criticising Syria
UN says 100 civilians are being killed every day in Syria
Mary Robinson tells UN: push for war crimes investigation in Sri Lanka
UN to send top humanitarian official to Syria as civil war looms
At least 60 killed in spate of Baghdad bombings
In pictures: Revolutionary Ireland 1913-1923
Fresh clashes, explosions rock Yemeni capital
Libyan oil wells back in production for first time since outbreak of war
36 killed in Burundi pub shooting
Column: 'You don't survive there long' - inside the mobile phone mines
Frank Poulsen
Gunmen fire on UN helicopters in tense Sudan town
Southern Sudan appeals for help as UN officials demand "immediate withdrawal" from disputed border town.
North Sudan 'declares war' on South after seizure of contested region
Ivorian troops have "attacked Laurent Gbagbo's home"
Ivory Coast violence continues, rebels claim capture of town
Fighting erupts in Ivory Coast as political stalemate continues
New light shed on death of Michael Collins