The U.S., France, Britain and Germany are among 11 countries meeting in Doha as part of the Friends of Syria group. Foreign ministers will be attending the discussions on "precise" list of demands from Syrian rebels.
President angry at being left out of initial peace negotiations.
The assault appears aimed at decisively pushing rebels back.
Al-Qaida-linked attackers engaged in battle with security forces.
Syrian civil war contributed to pushing the numbers to 45.2 million.
Not clear what impact the action would have on wider protests across Brazil.
The U.S. president made his case during a speech at Berlin's iconic Brandenburg Gate.
Showing no signs of bending to the will of opposition ahead of Morsi anniversary.
Murat Karayilan, a PKK commander based in northern Iraq, said treaty jeopardized by increased military activity.
Will hold its bond purchases steady for now at $85 billion a month but lays out possible courses for tapering them.
Finance Minister George Osborne admits the re-privatisation of RBS remains a long way off.
Lower house sinks a draft law which aimed to protect the country's banks from criminal charges in the U.S. for helping wealthy Americans evade tax.
Designers sentenced to one year and eight months in prison for failing to declare €200 million ($268 million).
Los Angeles' school system, the second largest in the United States, is ordering iPads for all its students.
Car buyers are not forgiving when voice recognition and navigation features fail.
The online video giant says it will expand to its 41st country, later this year.
The three pioneers of plant biotechnology brought the world genetically modified crops.
A mosquito-borne disease that preys on the young and malnourished is sweeping across northern India.
French start-up company Ynsect has identified a cheap, nourishing and locally sourced alternative to soybeans.
The world should stop arguing about whether humans are causing climate change and start taking action.
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