Syria in Crisis

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Syrians Vote Amid Violence

Syrians voted in a referendum in late Februrary and the results of the poll confirmed a new constitution that allows President Bashar al-Assad to remain in power until 2028. Although critics have called the vote a farce, Assad says the referendum shows his commitment to democratic reform.

As the vote took place, at least 59 civilians and soldiers died in continued attacks.

(Photo: REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri)

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