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Syrian activists mobilise in Assad power base
Exclusive report on opposition members risking it all to spread pro-democracy movement in President Assad's power base.
Last Modified: 26 Feb 2012 08:25

As the Syrian uprising nears its one year anniversary, the calls for change are getting ever closer to the government's power base in Damascus.

In this exclusive report, activists discuss how they are risking it all to mobilise the pro-democracy movement in the capital.

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