Syria’s Assad warns of ‘earthquake’ if West intervenes

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned of an “earthquake” if the West intervenes in his country.

In a rare interview with the UK’s Sunday Telegraph newspaper, Mr Assad said involvement risked transforming Syria into “another Afghanistan”.

His comments came after the UN secretary-general made a new call for the repression to end.

At least 50 civilians and members of the security forces were killed on Saturday, according to the two sides.


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