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Syrian exiles critical of opposition tactics

Some Syrians in exile say the SNC has failed them, while expanded coalition blames international community.

Last Modified: 26 Jul 2013 11:43
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The Syrian National Coalition (SNC) is restructuring and expanding, saying it needs to be more representative of the people inside Syria.
 
The umbrella group has a new leader and members who have pledged to make gains for the revolution.

The coalition has blamed the international community for not doing enough to help them but some Syrians living in exile say the SNC has failed them.

Al Jazeera's Omar Al Salah reports from Istanbul.

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