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If you can see “Where are you Security Council” in English, and it looks like this guy is looking right at you, then this protest, especially after 5 days of previous protesting (many pics only uploaded by cell phone, but this one actually shot by an actual newswire photographer) must be considered a success.
Syrian nationals demonstrate outside the Syrian consulate in Dubai Thursday to denounce the use of force against civilians in the Syrian city of Daraa. (KARIM SAHIB / AFP - Getty Images)
“It was a very difficult, bloody day,” one resident told the AP after yesterday’s deadly clashes between protesters and security forces. The death toll still seems to be on the rise today, unfortunately.