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14.03.2012

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Syrian Australians mark the anniversary of uprising MP3

Amnesty International held a vigil to mark the first anniversary of the Syrian uprising. Thousands gathered around the world to remember those killed. A few Syrian Australians shared their stories with The World Today. Source: abc.net.au

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