A Syrian citizen holds a candle as other holds an Arabic placard read:"Every two hours one martyr fall," during a vigil sit-in held by Lebanese intellectuals and journalists against the Syrian regime ... more 
A Syrian citizen holds a candle as other holds an Arabic placard read:"Every two hours one martyr fall," during a vigil sit-in held by Lebanese intellectuals and journalists against the Syrian regime and to show their support to the Syrian protsters who demonstrate against the Syrian President Bashar Assad, at the Martyrs square, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, on Monday Aug. 8, 2011. Despite five months of blistering attacks on dissent, the Syrian regime has yet to score a decisive victory against a pro-democracy uprising determined to bring down the country's brutal dictatorship. President Bashar Assad still has the military muscle to level pockets of resistance, but the conflict has robbed him of almost all international support. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Hussein Malla
Mon, Aug 8, 2011 4:33 PM EDT