Another Lebanese car bomb. This time, security chief Wissam Al-Hassan is killed in Ashrafiyeh in Beirut. Is Syria trying to export its conflict? Live from Berlin, my two-way for the BBC News Channel.
My latest two-way from London, for the BBC News Channel on the blast at a Damascus security compound.
After the US ambassador to Libya is killed, possibly in connection with a controversial US drama about the Prophet Mohammed, I tell Jeremy Vine what all the fuss is about. If you can not see this chirbit, listen to it here http://chirb.it/Lkk9nf
Gulf residents already travel in their thousands for treatment at Britain’s hospitals, so as the NHS considers expanding abroad, could we see branches in the Arab World? The lunchtime discussion on BBC Radio 2.
In the highest level defection to date, the country’s Prime Minister flees to Jordan and declares that he has joined the revolutionary forces aiming to overthrow Bashar Al-Assad. My latest two-way for the BBC News Channel.
Can poverty in Britain ever be compared to starvation in Yemen? We look at two reports from two very different cities, on the BBC Radio 2 Jeremy Vine Show. If you can not see this chirbit, listen to it here http://chirb.it/aEFwbG
The first time the rebels have been able to strike at the heart of the regime’s inner circle. Is this the beginning of the end? My live studio two-way for the BBC News Channel.
On the day that three top-level figures in the Assad regime were assassinated, we look at whether the government is on the verge of collapse. Two-way for BBC Wales. If you can not see this chirbit, listen to it here http://chirb.it/cLHxcH
What’s the point of Kofi Annan’s latest trip to Damascus? Can he achieve anything? Why is the regime going through the motions of meeting Annan? Why is Bashar lashing out at the US? My latest two-way for BBC Radio Five Live.
This is a propaganda war, a diplomat in Damascus told the BBC’s Paul Danahar, “you can’t take anyone at face value now”. The war of words over the Syrian revolution has been brutal, and for some, fatal. Revolutionaries and Assadists have tried desperately to control the narrative, with Bashar Al-Assad admitting on Russian TV that he was losing the [...]