Demonstrators against Syrian regime (Photo attribution: Reuters)

Syria: Syria, the middle-eastern country, is witnessing troubled times.  Protestors have been demanding ‘freedom’ from the current regime- and bringing democracy to Syria. This week saw intense fights. Protestors are up-in-arms against the regime headed by President Bashar al-Assad. The regime has sent armed forces to keep protestors in control, and in some cases, shot at people, killing many.   President Assad is being accused of running the country by […]

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