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Russia 'not happy' with Syria


The Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has told President Bashar al-Assad of Syria that he will face "a sad fate" if he does not accept the need for reform.

Jim Muir reports on the affect of Ramadan on the protest movement.

And Konstantin Kosachev, member of the Russian Duma in Vladimir Putin's party and chairman of its International Affairs Committee, explains why Russia is "definitely not happy with what is going on in Syria".

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