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Syria crisis at least two years of dialogue and negotiations are the best way to defuse the crisis

Posted Mar 16 2013 6:14am
the Syrian people took to the streets in protest, the Syrian crisis has been going on for two whole years. From the current situation, this has led to more than 70,000 people were killed, the cause is still difficult to be solved in the short-term crisis of significant economic losses.
Analysts believe that, although so far not yet reached a broad scheme acceptable, but dialogue and negotiation is still the best way to defuse the crisis.
Currently, Syria the battlefield still at a stalemate. Syria rebels to accept the country's capital of Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, weapons and personnel support, the ability to confrontation with government forces. However, due to the limited weaponry, armed opposition to use more guerrilla warfare, the scope of activities covered most of the rural areas, although sometimes can be captured government military targets, but lack the strength of the establishment of base areas.
Syria army weapons and equipment is far superior to the opposition. The opposition often Yichujikui under army tanks, planes storm. However, the limited resources the government troops can only maintain security in several major cities, the vast rural areas are often powerless to the armed opposition living space.
The ongoing fighting has caused tremendous casualties. According to the latest data of the United Nations , more than 70,000 people were killed in the conflict in Syria. According to the statistics of the Syrian Human Rights Watch organization, every day, 100-200 Syrian civilians and soldiers died in the war.
At the same time, there's a worrying trend since the 2013 suicide bombings in Syria gradually increase occurred in late February, a car bomb exploded in the capital, Damascus downtown events leading to 50 deaths and more than 200 people were injured.
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