epa03306585 A tyurkish woman shouts slogans as she attends a protest against President Bashar Al-Assad in Istanbul, Turkey, 14 July 2012. United Nations observers on 14 July entered the Syrian village in which a reported massacre this week blamed on forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad left more than 200 people dead, activists said. 'The UN vehicles are now inside Tremseh village and the team is taking pictures of the area,' Abu Ahmed al-Hamawi told dpa by phone from the central province of Hama. If confirmed, the Tremseh massacre would be one of the biggest single incidents since the 16-month conflict started. EPA/STR TURKEY OUT
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