Turkey urges Syria to apply 'shock therapy' reforms

May 27, 2011 19:36

ANKARA - Syria's President Bashar Assad should deliver "shock therapy" reforms to end bloody protests, Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu was on Friday quoted as saying.

Davutoglu's words are among the most forceful by a Turkish official, highlighting Turkey's growing concern over a crisis that has sparked world outrage.

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