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Activist gives account of Syria 'massacre'

At least 86 people, including many women and children, have been killed by Syrian pro-government forces in Hama province, opposition activists say.

One activist who is from Hama, and was not in the villages where the reported attacks took place, has given his account to the BBC.

He said the villages of Qubair and Maarzaf were shelled before "forces" entered and "executed people in the village".

The reports come less than two weeks after 108 people were killed in Houla.