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Syrien: Eine Chronologie der Gewalt

Seit dem Frühjahr 2011 ist Syrien im Aufruhr. Nach Schätzungen der UNO sind bereits mehr als 9000 Menschen gestorben. Zehntausende befinden sich auf der Flucht.

dapdSyrian Kurds citizens who live in Lebanon and opposed to Syrian President Bashar Assad, wave a Syrian revolution flag and chant slogans against the Syrian regime as they celebrate the Nowruz day, in Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, March 21, 2012. The U.N.

EPAepa02634754 A handout photograph releaseed by the Syrian News Agency SANA shows Syrian President Bashar Assad (L) during his meeting with Spanish Foreign Minister Trinidad Jimenez (R) in Damascus, Syria on 15 March 2011. Jimenez is on a five-day visit

dapdSyrians protesters opposed to Syrian President Bashar Assad regime, carry banners that read in Arabic: "Syria is free, Bashar go out, what did you do for the country, it is getting deserted, leave idiot, you ought to understand, down with the Assad re

REUTERSA crowd chants anti-regime slogans during a funeral procession for a protester killed in Dara, south Syria in this still image taken from video March 20, 2011. Syrian security forces killed a protester in the southern city of Dara on Sunday, reside

REUTERSA member from the Syrian community holds a flag during a demonstration to show support for Syrian anti-government protesters in Bucharest March 21, 2012. The U.N. Security Council, including Russia and China, threw its weight on Wednesday behind ef

REUTERSSyrias President Bashar al-Assad delivers a speech to a new cabinet he named last week during a broadcast by Syrian state television in Damascus, in this file picture of a still image taken from video April 16, 2011. Syrias government passed a bill

REUTERSProtesters shout slogans during a demonstration after Friday prayers in the Syrian port city of Banias April 29, 2011. Security forces killed more than 60 people across Syria on Friday during demonstrations demanding the ouster of President Bashar

EPAepa03003318 European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs, British Catherine Ashton reacts during a news conference at the end of a European foreign affairs ministers council in Brussels, Belgium, 14 November 2011. European Union foreign mini

EPAepa02774163 A TV handout grab taken from Al Arabiya channel on 10 June 2011, shows Lieutenant Colonel Hussein Harmoush, an allegedly Syrian officer who defected with several soldiers, announcing his defection in a video posted on the internet. Accordin

EPAepa02907881 Delegates of Syrian communities abroad meet for a conference in support of the uprising in Syria, in Vienna, Austria, on 10 September 2011 which is expected to gather some 40 Syrian representatives from 13 European countries. Syrian Preside

dapdBourhan Ghalioun, the unofficial chairman of the newly formed Syrian National Council arrives for a meeting between Syrias fragmented opposition groups in Akersberga, north of Stockholm, Sweden, Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011. Ghalioun said Saturday that coor

REUTERSThe name place sign of Syria is pictured on the countrys desk at the U.N. Human Rights Council before the emergency debate on human rights and humanitarian situation in Syria, at the United Nations in Geneva February 28, 2012. Syria called on Tuesd

REUTERSArab League Secretary General Nabil al-Araby (L) and Qatari Foreign Minister Hamad bin Jassim (C) attend the Arab Foreign Ministers emergency meeting about Syria, at the Arab League Headquarters in Cairo, November 12, 2011. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih

REUTERSMembers from Arab League observers delegation walk in a government building during their visit Deraa city southern Syria, December 29, 2011, in this handout photograph released by Syrias national news agency SANA. REUTERS/Sana/Handout (SYRIA - Tag

EPAepa03125763 A general view shows the assembly of the 19th session of the Human Rights Council meeting during an Urgent debate on Syria, at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, 28 February 2012. The Human Rights Counci

REUTERSDemonstrators hold a banner showing Lebanons Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah (R) and Syrias President Bashar Al-Assad voting, during a protest against voting for a referendum on a new constitution in Amude February 26, 2012. The characters

EPAepa03139216 A handout picture released by Syrian Arab News Agency SANA, shows Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad (R) listening to UN Arab League envoy Kofi Annan (L) during their meeting, at Syrian presidential palace in Damascus, Syria, 10 March 2012.

dapdFILE - In this Saturday, March 17, 2012 file photo, Syrian security officers gather in front the damaged building of the aviation intelligence department, which was attacked by one of two explosions in Damascus, Syria. A new al-Qaida-style group claim

ReutersSyrian President Bashar al-Assad (C) smiles as he speaks to local supporters during a tour in the Baba Amr neighbourhood of Homs in this still image taken from video March 27, 2012. Assad visited the defeated rebel stronghold in the city of Homs on

REUTERSATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY People carry the body of men, whom activists say were killed by the Syrian government army, in Taftanaz village, east of Idlib city April 5, 2012. Picture taken April 5, 2012. REU

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