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Syrians flee their homes for tented camps

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Hundreds of Syrian have fled violence in their towns and villages for tented camps near the northern border with Turkey. And while they pray for the day they can return home, Syria's President Bashar Assad says he will not leave the country. (Nov. 8)

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