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BBC journalist's graphic account of scene in Qubair

UN monitors have reached a village in Syria's Hama province where a massacre took place on Wednesday, says the BBC's Paul Danahar who has been travelling with the team.

The observers, who were fired at near Qubair village on Thursday, arrived in a convoy from Damascus.

Paul Danahar described the scene in the village as "appalling", saying he was told sticks were used to kill children during the attack.

  • 08 Jun 2012
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