Venetia Rainey is a freelance journalist who has worked across the Middle East writing and putting together radio pieces on subjects from human rights and civil activism to culture and food
25 February 2013 03:03 PM
It grates when established foreign correspondents lay into young reporters
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The Foreign Secretary, William Hague, said yesterday that Britain would recognise the opposition Syrian National Council as the "legitimate representative of the Syrian people", but specifically ruled out arming the group to help it topple the Assad regime.
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