Syrian troops pull out from protest town, witnesses say

By REUTERS
May 19, 2011 18:13

 
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AMMAN- Syrian troops and armored vehicles began to pull out on Thursday from the town of Tel Kelakh near the border with Lebanon following mass pro-democracy protests, a witness said.

Tens of buses loaded with soldiers and armored personnel carriers left the town heading north at around noon, said the witness, a resident in the town who did not want to be identified.


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