On Wednesday, thousands thronged Istanbul's central Taksim Square for a sixth straight day.
A third of multinational companies in Turkey use the country as their regional headquarters, according to a survey.
Syrian opposition leaders are skeptical of an initiative they fear might let President Bashar al-Assad hang on to power.
The ASI was trying to get away from the mob of farmers agitating against fuel price hike in Jiobala village.
The areas along Syria's northern border with Turkey are largely ruled by rival brigades and fighter units that operate autonomously and have no links to the political opposition.
The moderate Islamist preacher announced last week he was prepared to talk to Assad's representatives.
According to the United Nations more than 60,000 people have been killed in the 22-month conflict.
More than 60,000 people have been killed during 21 months of conflict between the forces of Bashar al-Assad and rebels trying to topple him.
In the latest violence, dozens were killed in a rebellious Damascus suburb when a government air strike turned a petrol station into an inferno.
Mohammed Morsi appeared to be in no mood for a compromise and ran business as usual at the palace.
The Supreme Constitutional Court said it would not convene until its judges could operate without "psychological and material pressure".
The US has called for a major leadership shakeup of Syria's political opposition during a crucial conference next week in Qatar.
The UNHCR said about 294,000 refugees fleeing 18 months of conflict in Syria have already crossed into Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon and Turkey.
The situation in Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu is tense as locals renewed their agitation against the nuclear plant.
Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said 5,440 people, including 4,114 civilians were killed in August.
Row upon row of bloodied bodies wrapped in colorful blankets laid out on a mosque floor in a Damascus suburb.
Syria last month acknowledged for the first time that it had chemical and biological weapons.
The former premier, Riad Hijab, completed his defection by crossing into Jordan on early Wednesday.
Syria's uprising started in March 2011 with peaceful protests calling for political reforms that were met with a fierce regime crackdown.
Ban Ki-moon also reiterated his concern about the deadlock on the UN Security Council.