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Several reported killed in anti-government rallies as security forces respond with live rounds, tear gas and batons.
Father claims Mohammed Bakr Radwan, held since March 25 clashes, was released following a presidential pardon.
Protesters ready for "Friday of Martyrs" rallies as authorities announce measures aimed at meeting some demands.
Syrian president has set up committees to look into deaths of protesters and replacing decades-old emergency laws.

The Hamas-led Palestinian government has held talks in Syria on what it calls police training, against a backdrop of almost daily clashes between troops under its command and rival security forces loyal to Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president.

Six people, including two fighters, have been wounded in a clash involving Syrian security forces in the northern city of Aleppo.

Syrian troops have clashed with members of a hardline group in the northern city of Hama - a region that once saw brutal clashes between the government and Muslim fighters.
Two resistance groups opposed to Israeli occupation have rejected an offer from Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas to join a national unity government and oversee Israel's disengagement from the Gaza Strip.
Syrian security forces have arrested two more members of an alleged terrorist group involved in a deadly clash outside Damascus earlier in the week, according to the official Syrian Arab News Agency (Sana).
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