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Topic - Qassim Saad Al-Din
International outrage over violence in Syria neared the boiling point Tuesday as the U.S. and other Western nations expelled Syrian diplomats for Friday's massacre of at least 108 people, mostly women and children, in a western village in the strife-racked country.
The Assad regime is using helicopters against civilians and knives to kill children as young as 3 years old, said Col. al-Din.
"The United Nations and the international community have not stepped up to their job to protect civilians," he added.