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    • oz
    • 09.08.11 | 16:32 (IDT)

    There is some progress,last time in Hama it took 30,000 victims before the world protested,this time only 16,000 victims. BTW,where are the "humanitarians"from the west no flottila,no audacity of hope for the Syrians.

    from the article: 30 reported dead in Syria even as Turkey joins global condemnation of Assad regime
    First published 14:16 09.08.11 | Last updated 21:34 09.08.11
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