Lebanese anti-Syrian regime protesters shout slogans during a demonstration to support the Syrian demonstrators who protest in Syria against Bashar Assad's regime, in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, on Friday July 1, 2011. Hundreds of thousands of protesters flooded cities around Syria on Friday in one of the largest outpourings against the regime of President Bashar Assad since the uprisings began more than three months ago. At least six people were killed in various clashes, activists said. The Arabic banner read:"The Nazis are ashamed of your horrifying crimes". (AP Photo)

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Lebanese anti-Syrian regime protesters shout slogans during a demonstration to support the Syrian demonstrators who protest in Syria against Bashar Assad's regime, in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, on Friday July 1, 2011. Hundreds of thousands of protesters flooded cities around Syria on Friday in one of the largest outpourings against the regime of President Bashar Assad since the uprisings began more than three months ago. At least six people were killed in various clashes, activists said. The Arabic banner read:"The Nazis are ashamed of your horrifying crimes". (AP Photo)
Lebanese anti-Syrian regime protesters shout slogans during a demonstration to support the Syrian demonstrators who protest in Syria against Bashar Assad's regime, in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, on Friday July 1, 2011. Hundreds of thousands of protesters flooded cities around Syria on Friday in one of the largest outpourings against the regime of President Bashar Assad since the uprisings began more than three months ago. At least six people were killed in various clashes, activists said. The Arabic banner read:"The Nazis are ashamed of your horrifying crimes". (AP Photo)
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