United Arab Emirates

Posted February 24th, 2013 by Bryan

The sources are witnesses face-to-face and activists of the opposition. Protests were held in the so-called freedom day. The Damascus regime has imposed a tight information grip. Some twenty people died Friday in various parts of Syria by new protests against the regime of Bashar Al-Assad q EU broke out after the noon prayers, witnesses and opposition activists reported. Flash opposing information network said that at least 18 people had been killed by the action of the security forces to suppress public protests on Friday and United Arab Emirates television Al Arabiya, meanwhile, placed in 21 those who died on this day.

Grip the Damascus regime has imposed a tight control of information, has expelled several foreign journalists and has stopped or prohibited work to Syrian reporters working for international media. Demonstrations spread to Damascus, the capital, where nearly 2,500 faithful began a protest in nearby the mosque of Ali bin Abi Taleb. Other marches were conducted in the cities of Latakia and Banias. Protests, convened in the so-called freedom day, occur in the midst of demonstrations that began in mid-March this year, which have caused almost a thousand dead, according to estimates by human rights organizations. Source of the news: some twenty people during political protests on Friday in Syria

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