Protests against the Syrian government have been taking place at the small border city of Daraa. Those leading the protests say that dozens of people have been killed by government troops. The Syrian government has pledged to consider lifting some repressive laws to ease the crisis. Phil Sands, a reporter for The National, an English-language newspaper based in the United Arab Emirates, talks to Renee Montagne about the protests.
Syrian Protesters: Government Forces Kill Dozens
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