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Unrest in Syria
**WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT** Syrian security forces fired live bullets and tear gas Friday on pro-democracy demonstrations across the country, killing dozens of people, as the uprising against President Bashar Assad's authoritarian regime defied a deadly security crackdown, witnesses and human rights groups said. 

April 23, 2011: Syrian anti-government protesters carry the coffin of an activist

April 23, 2011: In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by The AP, Syrian anti-government protesters carry the coffin of an activist who was killed on Friday during his funeral procession in Quaboun near Damascus, Syria.

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Syrian anti-government protesters gather near coffins of activists who were killed

April 23, 2011: In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by The AP, Syrian anti-government protesters gather near coffins of activists who were killed on Friday during their funerals in Quaboun near Damascus, Syria.

Syrian anti-government protester holds up a bloodied hand during a funeral procession for killed activists

April 23, 2011: In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone, a Syrian anti-government protester holds up a bloodied hand during a funeral procession for killed activists in Izraa, Syria.

Syrian anti-government protesters march in a funeral procession for kille activists in Izraa, Syria

April 23, 2011: In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by the AP, Syrian anti-government protesters march in a funeral procession for kille activists in Izraa, Syria.

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Burning President Poster

April 22, 2011: Syrian protestor burn a poster of Syrian president Bashar Assad during a demonstration in front of the Syrian embassy in Nicosia. Several hundred Syria protesters resident in Cyprus have called for Syrian President Bashar Assad's ouster.

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Injured Protester

April 22, 2011: An injured protester is helped by others around him in a location provided as Homs in this still image taken from video. Syrian security forces killed almost 90 protesters on Friday, rights activists said, the bloodiest day in a month of escalating pro-democracy demonstrations against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad. 

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Injured Protester

An injured protester is helped by others around him in a location provided as Homs April 22, 2011 in this still image taken from video. Syrian security forces killed almost 90 protesters on Friday, rights activists said, the bloodiest day in a month of escalating pro-democracy demonstrations against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad. 

EDITORS NOTE: REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE CONTENT OF THE VIDEO FROM WHICH THIS STILL IMAGE WAS TAKEN.

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Injured Protester

April 22, 2011: An injured protester is helped by others around him in a location provided as Homs in this still image taken from video. Syrian security forces killed almost 90 protesters on Friday, rights activists said, the bloodiest day in a month of escalating pro-democracy demonstrations against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad. 

EDITORS NOTE: REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE CONTENT OF THE VIDEO FROM WHICH THIS STILL IMAGE WAS TAKEN.

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Hizb Ut-Tahrir Flags

April 22, 2011: Supporters and members of Islamist party Hizb Ut-Tahrir wave their party's flags as they march during a protest in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, to express their solidarity with Syria's protestors.

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Boy Shot Dead

** EDS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT, ** In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by the AP, a man carries the body of a boy witnesses say was shot during clashes with police in the southern village of Izraa, Syria, Friday, April 22, 2011. Syrian security forces fired live bullets and tear gas Friday on pro-democracy demonstrations across the country, killing dozens of people, as the uprising against President Bashar Assad's authoritarian regime defied a deadly security crackdown, witnesses a human rights group said. (AP Photo)
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Protesters March

April 22, 2011: Syrian anti-government protesters march during a demonstration following Friday prayers near Damascus, Syria.

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'Daraa Is Our Torch'

April 22, 2011: In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by the AP, Syrian anti-government protesters carry a banner in Arabic that reads 'Daraa is our torch, Douma is our model, Jabla is our support, Latakia is our pride, Homs is our victory, in Qamishli our brothers and what about Qardaha ??!' knowing that Qardaha is the home village of Syrian President Bashar Assad, as they gather in the coastal city of Banias, Syria.

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Protesters Shout Slogans

April 22, 2011: Syrian anti-government protesters shout slogans as they demonstrate following Friday prayers in the central city of Homs, Syria.
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Indentifying the Bodies

April 22, 2011: In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by the AP, people gather around the bodies of what they claim are protesters killed in clashes with police in Zamalka near Damascus, Syria.

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Unrest in Syria

**WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT** Syrian security forces fired live bullets and tear gas Friday on pro-democracy demonstrations across the country, killing dozens of people, as the uprising against President Bashar Assad's authoritarian regime defied a deadly security crackdown, witnesses and human rights groups said. 

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