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29.05.2012

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Britain, France, Canada and the US have now followed Australia in expelling Syrian diplomats after the massacre in Houla on the weekend. The move has had no effect in Syria, where bloodshed continues. Russia, which supplies arms to the Syrian Government, has given no indication it will be withdrawing its support for the Assad regime. Source: abc.net.au

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