A cache of private emails reportedly taken from the accounts of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad and his wife were released by British daily The Guardian on Thursday. The newspaper claims it received the documents from a source in the Syrian opposition.
AP - Thousands of emails purported to be from the private accounts of Bashar Assad and his wife show the Syrian president took advice from Iran on how to handle the uprising against his rule, joked about his promises of reform and bypassed U.S. sanctions to shop on iTunes, the Guardian newspaper has reported.
Crisis in Syria
- Samples taken from site of suspected chemical attack in Douma, OPCW watchdog says
- Bombing continues south of Damascus amid rebels' departure
- Syria alleged chemical attack: Gunfire delays deployment of weapons inspectors
- Syria returns Assad's Légion d'honneur to France
- Syrian Kurds detain high-profile German jihadist linked to 9/11 attacks
- Gunfire postpones chemical weapons inspectors' visit to Syria's Douma
Date created : 2012-03-15