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Demonstrators in Syria are calling for a country free of the aside regime.
President Assad has been in power since 2000 his father ruling three decades before that.
The only crowds that filled the streets in several -- the -- largest cities for months while president Bashar Asad has launched a military crackdown on the uprising.
Deploying tanks ground troops and snipers the United Nations is likely to hold an urgent meeting next week.
To discuss the actions of the Syrian military despite warnings against foreign involvement.
I will militants who do you most blue dogs -- -- -- developments or its internal issues.
And any intervention of other countries is -- unjustifiable.
But it can cause numerous other problems.
Army units have now begun withdrawing from the eastern city of Dyer -- who -- after clearing the city of what they're calling armed terrorist gangs.
Troops seize control of the city last week after shelling -- and carrying out a string of arrests several were killed.
Area residents began chanting and cheering as the soldiers -- it.
Secretary of state Hillary Clinton has defended the US is response to the crisis despite some -- -- Between them was to -- the most I didn't really officials of western countries especially Americans are used to interfering in other countries affairs.
And justified -- not welcome to military presence and occupation.
The Obama administration -- impose sanctions on the country that has resisted calls to make an explicit demand for president Bashar Al aside to step down.
In New York Ainsley Earhardt Fox News.
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