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James Harkin

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Author and journalist; has written for The Guardian, Newsweek and the Financial Times. One of few non-Syrian journalists to get into Homs [HAWMS] recently.

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Dissidents say more Syrians were killed today after 114 died yesterday, including more than 70 army defectors trying to leave the country.

Pressure on Syria Increases as Bloodshed Continues

Dissidents say more Syrians were killed today after 114 died yesterday, including more than 70 army defectors trying to leave the country.

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Dissidents say more Syrians were killed today after 114 died yesterday, including more than 70 army defectors trying to leave the country.  Also yesterday, the Assad regime agreed to…

Pressure on Syria Increases as Bloodshed Continues

Dissidents say more Syrians were killed today after 114 died yesterday, including more than 70 army defectors trying to leave the country.  Also yesterday, the Assad regime agreed to…

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