Mousab Al Hammadee, a local activist in Hama
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Syria attack: 'Regime loyalists killing in cold blood'

Syrian pro-government forces have killed 78 people in a single village in Hama province, many of them women and children, activists have said.

Mousab Al Hammadee, a local activist in Hama, told the BBC the village was shelled for an hour, then people who were loyal to the regime came into the village killing people in cold blood.

Mr Hammadee said the regime was losing control over criminal gangs.

  • 07 Jun 2012
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