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Julia Rampen talks to Syrians in London about unrest in the country

Every Saturday, many of London’s Syrians put aside their work to travel to Belgrave Square, where they donate clothes and other supplies, bang drums and raise their voices in protest at the Syrian embassy across the street. For those who fled Syria because of their politics, it is a chance to express their disenchantment with the regime.

Basel, one of the protestors, tells me many of his relations have been jailed for five years or…

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