Assad's forces kill at least 41 in Syria

By REUTERS, OREN KESSLER
January 30, 2012 01:28

 
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The opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported a total of 41 civilian deaths across Syria on Sunday, including 14 in Homs province and 12 in the city of Hama. Thirty-one soldiers and members of the security forces were also killed, most of them in two attacks by army deserters in the northern province of Idlib, it said.

Activists said that Syrian soldiers killed 19 people in fighting to retake Damascus suburbs from rebels on Sunday. A day earlier, the Arab League suspended its monitoring mission because of mounting violence.

Late Saturday night, Hamas denied reports it would be abandoning its headquarters in Damascus, after news emerged on Friday that the Islamist group had squashed protests in Gaza against Syrian President Bashar Assad.

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