13 Aug '11, 9pm

Clinton urges nations to stop trade, arms sales to Syrian government

United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton yesterday urged nations doing business with Syria to cut off trade and arms sales to the regime of President Bashar Al Assad and "get on the right side of history", making a public appeal to increase the international pressure building against the Syrian government. A revolt against Mr Assad's rule began in March after the leaders of Tunisia and Egypt were toppled in uprisings. While Mrs Clinton declined to name any specific countries doing business with Syria during the press conference, she singled out China, India and Russia in an Aug 11 interview with CBS News. According to a US official, the Obama administration may soon call on Mr Assad to resign due to concern that the Syrian situation will spark Middle East instability. Bloomberg

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