Tue, 17 Jul 2012 8:09a.m.
Syrian rebels fired at tanks in Damascus residential districts, armoured vehicles blocked the main entrances to a neighbourhood and protesters briefly barricaded a main highway into the city.
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17/07/2012 8:44:37 a.m.
Good job we have the UN or it would be a real mess!!! Who pulls the UN strings?? I know that Helen Clark is UN number 3 and her office is in New York?? President Bashir Assad is just fortunate that there is no oil in Syria or he would have suffered the same fate as Gaddafi long ago.
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