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In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by the AP, taken on Friday, May 6, 2011, Syrian anti-government protesters carry a banner that reads in Arabic:"the security services has become out of laws and must be tried," during a rally in the central city of Homs, Syria. Syrian tanks rolled into Banias, a Mediterranean coastal town on Saturday May 7, 2011 in an escalating crackdown by President Bashar Assad, just a day after clashes with anti-government protesters that left tens of people dead nationwide, activists said. (AP Photo)
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In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by the AP, taken on Friday, May 6, 2011, Syrian anti-government protesters carry a banner that reads in Arabic:"the security services has become out of laws and must be tried," during a rally in the central city of Homs, Syria. Syrian tanks rolled into Banias, a Mediterranean coastal town on Saturday May 7, 2011 in an escalating crackdown by President Bashar Assad, just a day after clashes with anti-government protesters that left tens of people dead nationwide, activists said. (AP Photo)

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