(al Jazeera source)
Friday, July 1, 2011:
Video of today's protest in Hama:
Google Map plotting locales where protest rallies and marches, signified by blue markers, were held today in Syria:
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From the BBC:
Hundreds of thousands of people have staged anti-government protests across Syria, despite an ongoing military crackdown, reports say.
Rights groups say at least 14 people were shot dead by government troops across the country.
Protests were reported in the capital, Damascus, in eastern and western cities and in towns along the border regions.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has warned time is running out for Syria's government to usher in reforms.
Speaking during a visit to Lithuania, she said President Bashar al-Assad would face more organised resistance to his rule unless the country saw "a genuine transition to democracy".
Human rights groups estimate that about 1,700 people have been killed in three months of protests.
Mr Assad has promised a dialogue on political reforms, but the protesters are calling for him to stand down.
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