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Syrian Protests Continue

Humanitarian aid was expected to reach Homs as two French journalists who were injured and trapped in the city are headed back to France.

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Men hold revolutionary Syrian flags during an anti-government protest in a town in north Syria on March 2, 2012. (AP)
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Men hold revolutionary Syrian flags during an anti-government protest in a town in north Syria on March 2, 2012. (AP)

A Free Syrian Army fighter stands among protesters during an anti-government protest in north Syria. (AP)
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A Free Syrian Army fighter stands among protesters during an anti-government protest in north Syria. (AP)

A woman chants anti-government slogans during a protest in north Syria. (AP)
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A woman chants anti-government slogans during a protest in north Syria. (AP)

Lebanese private security men, left, escort a Lebanese police vehicle carrying one of two injured French journalists wounded by Syrian government shelling to a Lebanese hospital. (AP)
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Lebanese private security men, left, escort a Lebanese police vehicle carrying one of two injured French journalists wounded by Syrian government shelling to a Lebanese hospital. (AP)

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