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04/23/2011 12:41 PM ID: 88931 Permalink   

Bloodiest Day in Syria Uprising, Dozens Dead


Security forces in Syria met thousands of demonstrators with bullets and tear gas, killing dozens of people.

Amnesty International said among the dead are a 70-year-old man and two boys (7 and 10). Another 20 people are still missing.

So far Friday has been the deadliest day of the uprising, surpassing the death toll in the protests on April 8. Then, 37 people lost their lives.

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  by: vizhatlan     04/23/2011 01:59 PM     
  Sad truth  
No matter what you think of the Mideast wars. If these uprisings would of happened 6 years ago. A lot more men and women of the coalition armed forces would still be alive.
  by: DRK   04/23/2011 08:53 PM     
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