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Syria rejects new Arab League plan to end violence
Syria rejected a new Arab League plan aiming to end the country's 10-month crisis by calling on the government and the opposition to form a national unity government within two months.
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Jan. 22, 2012: An anti-Syrian regime children protesters perform the role of children under the threat of a gunman, during a protest outside the Arab League headquarters in Cairo, Egypt.

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Jan. 22, 2012: Anti-Syrian regime protesters perform a traditional dance during a protest outside the Arab League headquarters in Cairo, Egypt. 

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Jan. 22, 2012: An anti-Syrian regime protester wears a revolutionary flag as a mask during a protest outside the Arab League headquarters in Cairo, Egypt, as the body meets to discuss the future of its observer mission in Syria.

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Jan. 22, 2012: An anti-Syrian regime protester wears a revolutionary flag as a mask during a protest outside the Arab League headquarters in Cairo, Egypt, as the body meets to discuss the future of its observer mission in Syria.

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Jan. 22, 2012: Anti-Syrian regime protesters carry revolutionary flags while performing a traditional dance during a protest outside the Arab League headquarters in Cairo, Egypt.

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Jan. 22, 2012: An anti-Syrian regime protesters wears a revolutionary flag on his back during a protest outside the Arab League headquarters in Cairo, Egypt.

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Syria rejects new Arab League plan to end violence

Syria rejected a new Arab League plan aiming to end the country's 10-month crisis by calling on the government and the opposition to form a national unity government within two months.

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