Politik | Ausland
15.03.2012

Gehackte Mails: Assad trotz Kriegs im Luxus

Der "Guardian" hat 3000 gehackte Mails aus Syrien - sie belegen, dass Assad trotz Bürgerkriegs im Luxus schwelgt und sich vom Iran beraten lässt.

Gehackte Mails: Assad trotz Kriegs im Luxus

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REUTERSA picture of Syrias President Bashar al-Assad is seen on a central bank building in Damascus January 23, 2012. Syria rejected on Monday a proposal by Arab League foreign ministers that President Bashar al-Assad hand over power to a deputy and set u

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