Govt. forces execute at least 40 in Syrian village, activists say
May 3, 2013 - 20:03 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - More than 40 people have been killed by government forces in a village in north-western Syria, activists say, according to BBC News.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and Violations Documentation Centre both listed the names of people they said were executed in al-Bayda, near the port of Baniyas, on Thursday, May 2.
An online video appears to show seven bodies in pools of blood, but state media made no mention of any incidents.
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