Demonstrations erupt in Syria's Aleppo; 10 killed

By REUTERS
January 28, 2012 01:11

 
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AMMAN - Militiamen loyal to President Bashar Assad killed at least 10 people on Friday in Syria's main commercial and industrial hub of Aleppo after pro-democracy demonstrations erupted in the city and broke months of quiet, activists said.

The killings, the deadliest in the city during the 10-month uprising against 41 years of Assad family rule, occurred in the tribal Marjeh neighborhood after security forces fired at a rally demanding Assad's removal, they said.

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