Diposkan oleh Muhammad Tsani Abdul Hakim on Thursday, August 11, 2011

Full Horror Of Syrian Campaign On Show -- The Telegraph

The full extent of the horror visited on the Syrian city of Hama has been revealed after the end of a week-long assault that left scores of people dead.

Few foreign journalists have been allowed into Syria to report on the uprising against President Assad's regime, but a small group of Turkish reporters was yesterday given an escorted tour of the broken, deserted city.

Shops were shuttered as nervous residents stayed at home.

Two armoured personnel carriers stood watch over an empty central square.

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More News On The Violence In Syria

Streets empty and scarred after tanks leave Syria's Hama -- Reuters

Syria siege of Hama worsens, residents say -- SFGate/AP

Tanks enter more Syria towns -- Gulf News

Activists Say Syria Troops Storm Northwestern Town -- Voice of America

Syria regime kills 16 protesters in latest unrest -- The Australian/AFP

Assad Admits Mistakes as Criticism of Syrian Killings Grows -- Bloomberg Businessweek

Without Saudi support, President Bashar al-Assad's brutal dictatorship in Syria looks doomed -- The Telegraph

Obama, Erdogan agree need for Syria 'transition': WHouse -- AFP

Syria defiant as diplomatic pressure grows -- Al Jazeera

UN: Syria Escalates Repression After Security Council Statement -- Eurasia review

No revolution in Syria's 2 biggest cities, yet -- CBS

Unfriended: Arab leaders are at last starting to desert the Syrian regime -- The Economist

Factbox: Sanctions imposed on Syria -- Reuters

Timeline: Syrian protests and crackdown -- Reuters

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