Syrian regime: Losing on the media front


BEIRUT — From the beginning of the Syrian uprising, the battle has been one of words as well as weapons and, as rebels strike ever closer to the heart of the regime, the state propaganda machine also appears under threat.

The state-run news agency SANA reported Sunday that the Ministry of Information was accusing “Western intelligence services” of planning to hijack Syrian satellite channels to broadcast “false news.” Meanwhile, SANA cast fighters attacking the capital of Damascus and commercial hub of Aleppo as terrorist insurgents.

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