US ambassador Robert Ford pelted with tomatoes in Syria
via: www.bbc.co.uk – 29 September 2011
"Supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have thrown tomatoes and eggs at US ambassador Robert Ford as he met an opposition figure in Damascus."
Mob pelts US ambassador in Syria
Supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad pelt US ambassador Robert Ford with tomatoes and eggs as he meets an opposition figure.
"His comments came a day after an Arab parliamentary body called for the suspension of the membership of Syria and Yemen in the Arab League in a bid to put pressure on the two countries to heed popular demands for reforms."
Good move here. Meanwhile European oil corporations — Total, Shell, Gulfsands — as well as Russian, Chinese, and Indian — are still in business with the Assad regime in Syrian oil production.
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