War comes to Damascus in Syria revolt 'turning point'
Jul 16th, 2012
Syria's military deployed armoured vehicles near central Damascus on Monday as troops battled rebels around the capital in what activists said could be a turning point in the 16-month uprising. (Source: AFP) -
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