Rights group: Death toll in Syria Deraa attack rises to 35

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April 27, 2011 00:36

 
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AMMAN - Syrian security forces have killed at least 35 civilians since they began attacking the city of Deraa at dawn on Monday to crush an uprising, Syrian rights organization Sawasiah said on Tuesday.

The organization, founded by jailed human rights lawyer Mohannad al-Hassani, said electricity, water and telecommunications remained cut in Deraa for the second day, with supplies of baby milk and blood at hospitals starting to run low.

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