Syria says US, France distort facts on embassies

By REUTERS
July 12, 2011 20:13

 
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UNITED NATIONS - Syria's UN Ambassador accused the United States and France on Tuesday of distorting and exaggerating facts about attacks by demonstrators this week on their embassies in Damascus.

The envoy, Bashar Ja'afari, told reporters that Syria had sought to protect the embassies and that some demonstrators involved in Monday's events had been arrested and would be brought to justice

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