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April 05, 2012
Syrian activist Mahmoud Ali (C) and his friends look at a map in Islahiye, near the Turkish-Syrian border...
Istanbul, Turkey
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Syrian activist Mahmoud Ali (C) and his friends look at a map in Islahiye, near the Turkish-Syrian border in Gaziantep province, April 2, 2012. Ali walked for two days across rugged hills to Turkey to collect a satellite phone and video equipment promised by dissidents in exile, only to draw a blank. Ali, wanted by the Syrian authorities for membership of the grassroots Local Coordination Committees (LCC), had dodged landmines, helicopters, army shelling and roadblocks in his home province of Idlib to reach the border. Ali's story encapsulates the logistical shortcomings of a year-long popular uprising that has morphed in places, into an insurgency against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who derides his divided opponents as foreign-backed Islamist "terrorists". Picture taken April 2, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-REVOLT/ REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
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