Ramita Navai

freelance journalist

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Freelance journalist who recently reported on Syria's opposition movement for the Frontline documentary Syria Undercover

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Army defectors attacked a military intelligence building in Syria today as pressure builds on the dictator, Bashar al-Assad, to stop killing his own people.

Violence, Protest and Regional Pressure: What's Next for Syria?

Army defectors attacked a military intelligence building in Syria today as pressure builds on the dictator, Bashar al-Assad, to stop killing his own people.

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Syrian army defectors reportedly attacked notorious Air Force intelligence sites near Damascus today, although  reports  are sketchy and hard to confirm.

Violence, Protest and Regional Pressure: What's Next for Syria?

Syrian army defectors reportedly attacked notorious Air Force intelligence sites near Damascus today, although reports are sketchy and hard to confirm.

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