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Syria still disaster the Syrian president Bashar Al Assad today said his government has a duty to destroy terrorists.
To save thousands of lives and believable.
Analysts say the Syrian president is referring to the rebel fighters when every since terrorists and activists -- Syrian government troops have murdered more than 141000.
In an interview with a Ronnie and state television Syrian president Bashar -- -- -- rattled off a long list of accusations against the west.
Including a claim that the United States is ignoring Al qaeda's presence and Syria.
Greg how -- with a news reporting from Damascus the capital city and like all western journalists in the country.
Greg is there with the permission of the Syrian regime and it is monitoring his reporting -- They haven't tackled -- your own because courtesy -- -- They're confident about Thursday night leading after Friday prayers here's a tribal -- They're cracking down on -- There was another incident today here -- arc of the city.
Take a look.
Another -- to the heart of this regime.
Shoe bomb set off in this parking lot in the center of Damascus -- -- killed but.
A lot of cars destroyed and it happened right across the street from the palace of justice the civil court here in Damascus.
Again -- another -- -- we do well planned the current build there.
On the -- -- small to big dramatic scene and fire rebels are never gotten close to discharge her public capital.
Meanwhile Patrick are building of the border with Turkey temperature -- aircraft batteries Moroccans -- -- that very location.
That would -- American partnership arterial I think.
Significant -- that -- that in -- didn't respond with determination.
Finally our sources are saying that the government didn't eat.
Stepping up their -- good against the rebel dramatically just in the last few days once again today you saw -- into actions are scheduled civilian locations.
-- to -- rebel strongholds.
She's here how we go here in for the kill.
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