FILE - In thisTuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 file photo, Mustafa, a rebel from the town of Bennish, watches for a sniper firing down a street in the town of Harem, Syria. A dark realization is spreading across north Syria that despite 20 months of violence and recent rebel gains, an end to the war to topple President Bashar Assad is nowhere in sight. (AP Photo/Mustafa Karali, File)

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FILE - In thisTuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 file photo, Mustafa, a rebel from the town of Bennish, watches for a sniper firing down a street in the town of Harem, Syria. A dark realization is spreading across north Syria that despite 20 months of violence and recent rebel gains, an end to the war to topple President Bashar Assad is nowhere in sight. (AP Photo/Mustafa Karali, File)
FILE - In thisTuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 file photo, Mustafa, a rebel from the town of Bennish, watches for a sniper firing down a street in the town of Harem, Syria. A dark realization is spreading across north Syria that despite 20 months of violence and recent rebel gains, an end to the war to topple President Bashar Assad is nowhere in sight. (AP Photo/Mustafa Karali, File)
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