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'Unlikely' Assad will be forced out


Protesters have said that more than 60 people were killed in Syria in anti-government protests on Friday.

Witnesses and human rights groups say many were killed when troops opened fire on protesters in the city of Deraa.

Journalists are not allowed into the country, but our correspondent Matthew Price reports from the border with Jordan.

And Alastair Crooke, founder of the Conflicts Forum, discusses how the international community should react.

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