People hold up protest signs in Daraya, Syria
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'We love Syria but hate hypocrisy'

Angry protesters wave banners and chant anti-President Bashar al-Assad slogans in the town of Daraya, Syria, which saw clashes with militia and security forces last month.

One sign reads, "We love syria but hate hypocrisy", while a man shouts, "Down with the donkey, down with the pig."

Demonstrations against the rule of the president and his family - inspired by the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt - have so far reportedly left more than 1,000 dead and hundreds injured.

  • 24 Jun 2011