Syrian Ambassador Responds To Deadly Crackdown

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Imad Moustapha, Ambassador of Syria to the United States
Michele Kelemen, diplomatic correspondent, NPR

Protests against Syrian President Bashir al-Assad have rocked Syria for months. The United Nations reports that more than 2,000 people have died, many in the city of Homs. Imad Moustapha, the Syrian Ambassador to the United States, continues to show support for the Assad regime.

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