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Syrian Government Denies Role In Houla Massacre

Monday, 28 May 2012

The Syrian government is denying allegations that its military killed more than 100 people, nearly half of them children, in the village of Houla. For the latest developments, NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with David Greene.
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