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Demonstrations in Syria continue despite promises by Assad to end the widely despised state of emergency rule, and implement other reforms following more than a month of unprecedented, and growing, demonstrations.
A Syrian protester, with her face painted in the colors of the national flag, shouts slogans calling for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad to step down during a protest in front of the Syrian embassy in Amman, Jordan, on April 17, 2011. The demonstrations come despite promises by Assad to end the widely despised state of emergency rule by next week at the latest, and implement other reforms following more than a month of unprecedented, and growing, demonstrations. UPI
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Syrian protesters call for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad to step down in Jordan
A Syrian protester flashes the victory sign during a protest calling for President Bashar Assad to step down in front of the Syrian embassy in Amman, Jordan, Sunday, April 17, 2011. The demonstrations come despite promises by Assad to end the widely despised state of emergency rule by next week at the latest, and implement other reforms following more than a month of unprecedented, and growing, demonstrations. UPI
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A Syrian protester gestures victory signs behind their national flag as they shout slogans calling for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad to step down during a protest in front of the Syrian embassy in Amman April 17, 2011. The demonstrations come despite promises by Assad to end the widely despised state of emergency rule by next week at the latest, and implement other reforms following more than a month of unprecedented, and growing, demonstrations. UPI
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A Syrian protester flashes the victory sign during a protest calling for President Bashar Assad to step down in front of the Syrian embassy in Amman, Jordan, Sunday, April 17, 2011. The demonstrations come despite promises by Assad to end the widely despised state of emergency rule by next week at the latest, and implement other reforms following more than a month of unprecedented, and growing, demonstrations. UPI
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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad waves to supporters in the street after addressing parliament on March 30, 2011 in Damascus, Syria. Al-Assad ordered a committee to conduct an investigation into the deaths of protesters and also to study the lifting of emergency laws. UPI
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Anti-government protesters hold the Syrian flags and candles at Shuhada or (Martyrs) Square in Swaeda in the southern part of Syria on March 28, 2011. The demonstration was for the victims who were apparently killed by the security forces in Daraa and other cities along in the country. UPI/Ali Bitar
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Anti-government protesters hold the Syrian flags and candles at Shuhada or (Martyrs) Square in Swaeda in the southern part of Syria on March 28, 2011. The demonstration was for the victims who were apparently killed by the security forces in Daraa and other cities along in the country. UPI/Ali Bitar
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