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Personal account of James Miller, Managing Editor of The Interpreter, a publication on Russia, Ukraine, and Syria. A contributor at Reuters, The Daily Beast, RFE/RL, elsewhere.
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Syria Live Excerpts: 20012 September 28

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Personal account of James Miller, Managing Editor of The Interpreter, a publication on Russia, Ukraine, and Syria. A contributor at Reuters, The Daily Beast, RFE/RL, elsewhere.
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And more protests...
Protesters in Manbej, rural Aleppo, form a Syrian flag, painted like the opposition flag with broken chains on the front:
Kafer Takharim, one of the first "liberated" towns in Idlib province:
Damascus: 
The Kharm al Myassar district of Aleppo, protesting with heavy fighting just blocks away: 
Daraa:
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Personal account of James Miller, Managing Editor of The Interpreter, a publication on Russia, Ukraine, and Syria. A contributor at Reuters, The Daily Beast, RFE/RL, elsewhere.
JamesMiller
Anti-Government Protests from Around Syria

Below are just a few of the protests happening across Syria today. For complete coverage of the day's events, view our live coverage on EA Worldview.

Ma'arrat al Nouman, Idlib province: 

Albasmo, Aleppo:
Al Korah, Deir Ez Zor:
The message this week from the people of Kafranbel, Idlib: "We assure the world that we who make the final sacrifice for life and freedom will never be beaten."
An ambulance evacuates the wounded from a rally in Binnish, Idlib:
A child leads a protest in Qamishli, where many wave Kurdish flags:
Hazano, Idlib:
Khan Shiekhun, Idlib, a town which was heavily bombed this week:
Hamoriyeh, Damascus:
Hama:
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