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A women reacts following a reported air strike by government forces on April 2, 2014, in the Sakhur neighborhood in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo. More than 150,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict began in March 2011, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said in a new toll released. (AFP/MOHAMMED AL-KHATIEB)
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Image 1 of 5:  1 / 5A women reacts following a reported air strike by government forces on April 2, 2014, in the Sakhur neighborhood in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo. More than 150,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict began in March 2011, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said in a new toll released. (AFP/MOHAMMED AL-KHATIEB)

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A soldier of the Lebanese armed forces holds a weapon as he patrols the neighbouring district of Bab el-Tebbaneh in Tripoli, on April 1, 2014. Lebanese troops backed by helicopters deployed in strength in Tripoli in the first stage of a plan aimed at quelling deadly Syria-linked violence in the northern city. (AFP/IBRAHIM CHALHOUB)
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Image 2 of 5:  2 / 5A soldier of the Lebanese armed forces holds a weapon as he patrols the neighbouring district of Bab el-Tebbaneh in Tripoli, on April 1, 2014. Lebanese troops backed by helicopters deployed in strength in Tripoli in the first stage of a plan aimed at quelling deadly Syria-linked violence in the northern city. (AFP/IBRAHIM CHALHOUB)

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Pakistani students demonstrate in support of former ruler Musharraf outside the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology, where Musharraf is currently being treated, in Rawalpindi. A Pakistani court indicted Musharraf for treason. (AFP/Farooq NAEEM)
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Image 3 of 5:  3 / 5Pakistani students demonstrate in support of former ruler Musharraf outside the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology, where Musharraf is currently being treated, in Rawalpindi. A Pakistani court indicted Musharraf for treason. (AFP/Farooq NAEEM)

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El Mundo correspondent Javier Espinosa gestures during a press conference at El Mundo's headquarters in Madrid. Two Spanish journalists taken hostage in Syria by an Al-Qaeda-linked group walked free after six months in captivity and arrived in Spain. (AFP/ DANI POZO)
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Image 4 of 5:  4 / 5El Mundo correspondent Javier Espinosa gestures during a press conference at El Mundo's headquarters in Madrid. Two Spanish journalists taken hostage in Syria by an Al-Qaeda-linked group walked free after six months in captivity and arrived in Spain. (AFP/ DANI POZO)

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President Obama presents Dr. Maha Al-Muneef, founder and executive director of the National Family Safety Program, with the Secretary of State's International Women of Courage Award in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Al Muneef was unable to attend an award ceremony at the State Department in Washington earlier this month. (AFP/ Saul LOEB)
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Image 5 of 5:  5 / 5President Obama presents Dr. Maha Al-Muneef, founder and executive director of the National Family Safety Program, with the Secretary of State's International Women of Courage Award in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Al Muneef was unable to attend an award ceremony at the State Department in Washington earlier this month. (AFP/ Saul LOEB)

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A women reacts following a reported air strike by government forces on April 2, 2014, in the Sakhur neighborhood in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo. More than 150,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict began in March 2011, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said in a new toll released. (AFP/MOHAMMED AL-KHATIEB)

Image 1 of 5A women reacts following a reported air strike by government forces on April 2, 2014, in the Sakhur neighborhood in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo. More than 150,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict began in March 2011, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said in a new toll released. (AFP/MOHAMMED AL-KHATIEB)

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A soldier of the Lebanese armed forces holds a weapon as he patrols the neighbouring district of Bab el-Tebbaneh in Tripoli, on April 1, 2014. Lebanese troops backed by helicopters deployed in strength in Tripoli in the first stage of a plan aimed at quelling deadly Syria-linked violence in the northern city. (AFP/IBRAHIM CHALHOUB)

Image 2 of 5A soldier of the Lebanese armed forces holds a weapon as he patrols the neighbouring district of Bab el-Tebbaneh in Tripoli, on April 1, 2014. Lebanese troops backed by helicopters deployed in strength in Tripoli in the first stage of a plan aimed at quelling deadly Syria-linked violence in the northern city. (AFP/IBRAHIM CHALHOUB)

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Pakistani students demonstrate in support of former ruler Musharraf outside the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology, where Musharraf is currently being treated, in Rawalpindi. A Pakistani court indicted Musharraf for treason. (AFP/Farooq NAEEM)

Image 3 of 5Pakistani students demonstrate in support of former ruler Musharraf outside the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology, where Musharraf is currently being treated, in Rawalpindi. A Pakistani court indicted Musharraf for treason. (AFP/Farooq NAEEM)

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El Mundo correspondent Javier Espinosa gestures during a press conference at El Mundo's headquarters in Madrid. Two Spanish journalists taken hostage in Syria by an Al-Qaeda-linked group walked free after six months in captivity and arrived in Spain. (AFP/ DANI POZO)

Image 4 of 5El Mundo correspondent Javier Espinosa gestures during a press conference at El Mundo's headquarters in Madrid. Two Spanish journalists taken hostage in Syria by an Al-Qaeda-linked group walked free after six months in captivity and arrived in Spain. (AFP/ DANI POZO)

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President Obama presents Dr. Maha Al-Muneef, founder and executive director of the National Family Safety Program, with the Secretary of State's International Women of Courage Award in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Al Muneef was unable to attend an award ceremony at the State Department in Washington earlier this month. (AFP/ Saul LOEB)

Image 5 of 5President Obama presents Dr. Maha Al-Muneef, founder and executive director of the National Family Safety Program, with the Secretary of State's International Women of Courage Award in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Al Muneef was unable to attend an award ceremony at the State Department in Washington earlier this month. (AFP/ Saul LOEB)

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