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Bloodshed & Blame Game: Both sides spur Syria crisis

A blast has ripped through an oil pipeline in the Syrian city of Homs, where clashes between regime troops and opposition fighters have continued for over a week. Thick smoke can be seen hanging over the city - activists say the explosion was caused by a government airstrike. Reports also suggest the army has sent tanks which are attacking residential areas in the country's fourth largest city of Hama. And in the capital Damascus, troops are said to be raiding houses, looking for members of the Free Syrian Army. But with information hard to verify, there are concerns that some want only the regime painted in a bad light, and not the opposition.

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